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Robert Channick
Media reporter/writer for the Chicago Tribune
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Ally Marotti Sep 19
Good news for holiday shoppers: some tariff impacts won't trickle down until the new year.
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Robert Channick Sep 18
Lincoln Towing can continue operating while it fights to keep its license, judge rules
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Robert Channick Sep 17
Lincoln Towing can continue operating during appeal of license revocation, judge rules
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Nieman Lab Sep 17
If McClatchy could in effect merge with Tronc’s 10 properties, all of sudden there’d another heavyweight newspaper chain on the scene.
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Robert Channick Sep 17
Shut down by the state, Lincoln Towing seeks court order to stay on the road
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Robert Channick Sep 17
Chicago Tribune owner in 'early stage' discussions about sale to McClatchy chain
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Robert Channick Sep 15
Chicago Tribune owner in 'early stage' discussions about sale to McClatchy chain; sale talks with NY private equity firm Donerail ongoing as well
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Mary Ellen Podmolik Sep 15
Ten years ago today....
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Robert Channick Sep 15
Chicago Tribune owner Tronc in 'early stage' discussions about sale to McClatchy newspaper chain
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Robert Channick Sep 15
Shut down by the state, Lincoln Towing seeks court order to stay on the road
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Robert Channick Sep 14
Chicago Tribune owner Tronc in 'early stage' discussions about sale to McClatchy newspaper chain
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Robert Channick Sep 14
Shut down by the state, Lincoln Towing seeks court order to stay on the road
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Robert Channick Sep 14
The financial world quaked 10 years ago as Lehman Brothers failed. Here are 7 Chicago stories from that...
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Robert Channick Sep 14
German firm chooses Illinois over Wisconsin and New Jersey, plans to open first U.S. in Elgin this fall to make its private label cosmetic pencils for the North American market
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Robert Channick Sep 14
German firm Faber-Castell chooses Illinois over Wisconsin, opening its first U.S. factory in Elgin this fall
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Robert Channick Sep 13
Forget Foxconn...German cosmetics firm plans to open first U.S. factory in Elgin, choosing Illinois over Wisconsin for tax incentives, talent pool and proximity to Chicago for entertaining cosmetics executives
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Robert Channick Sep 13
Lincoln Towing's license revoked by state regulators
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Robert Channick Sep 12
Lincoln Towing's license revoked by state regulators
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Robert Channick Sep 11
Dirty rooms, check-in delays, managers changing the sheets: Downtown strike puts hotels in a bind
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Robert Channick Sep 10
Dirty rooms, check-in delays, managers changing the sheets: Downtown strike puts hotels in a bind
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