Dalia Feldheim, CEO and author, expounds on lessons from her new book "Dare to Lead like a Girl."
Carolyn Dolezal, CEO of C200, talks about trends in the gender pay gap and how Chicago matches up with the rest of the country.
A Chicago brewery will unveil a new beer this weekend to give people a taste of Ukraine and an easy drinking way to support that country.
Small businesses in the Pilsen community have a new advocate --- the Pilsen Chamber of Commerce.
More than 30 Arab store owners in Chicago are demanding action after one store was ordered to shut down permanently.
Rachel Diaz from Borinken Cakes shows off their amazing cupcakes packed with delicious ingredients.
On Wednesday, Congressman Chuy Garcia introduced a bill to help women and minority owned small businesses.
Dr. Rachel Saef from Northeastern Illinois University talks about how some employers are increasingly turning to computers to analyze job interviews.
John Waldmann, founder and CEO of Homebase, talks about how the national inflation spike is hampering those working local jobs.
Terrand Smith, founder and CEO of 37 Oaks Consulting, talks about the FedEx e-commerce learning lab and how women business owners are pivoting their business online in wake of the pandemic.
“I am sure that lots of parents have had this experience, where you're out and about – at a park, Disney World – and you lose track of your little one for just a minute and your heart kind of stops,” Jiobit co-founder John Renaldi said.
Kevin Cary from Begyle Brewing in Ravenswood talks about the plight of Chicago's craft breweries seeking state funding to help combat the losses brought on by COVID-19.
Caris Marconet and Jun-Jun Vichaikul preview Thursday's Spring Wine Walk and talk about what local Lake View businesses have to offer.
Nick Mayor and Jen Lemasters, co-owners of The Brewed, give us a walkthrough of their delightfully frightening coffee shop in Logan Square.
TJ Johnson owns Herbs & the Burbs in Flossmoor. She said she started her “Free Plant Saturdays” at a time when she was thinking about closing her shop. She was stressed out, and she said that during her morning meditation, she realized that all she wanted to do was share plants – so she decided to just give the plants away.
Steven J. Davis, a professor at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, talks about how workplaces are adjusting as COVID cases decline and more workers return to the office.
Zachary Rudd talks about their brand-new Loud Brew coffee which offers the caffeine boost you need without the jitters typically associated with java.
Drivers in downtown Naperville may need to navigate around street and lane closures on Main Street and Jefferson Avenue due to construction, but the Downtown Naperville Alliance (DNA) wants you to know the businesses along that stretch are still open and pedestrians are still welcome.
The Downtown Naperville Alliance has erected clear acrylic panels where people can watch the construction without the dirt and dust flying their way.
Chef Mike Hernandez from Azul Mariscos previews Chicago Restaurant Week, which gets underway this Friday.