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The Tribune Company faces a potential tax bill of more than $500 million over the sales of the Chicago Cubs and Newsday despite efforts to minimize the tax consequences of both deals, the company disclosed on Monday.
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Whoever said size doesn't matter apparently wasn't a Chicago architect. In the case of yet another failed attempt at total world structural dominance, a 1928 Chicago Tribune headline boasted the city was "to Have World's Tallest and Largest Building" had plans worked out for architect Walter Ahlschlager 's proposed downtown Apparel Mart .
Chicago saw its bloodiest weekend this year as gun violence throughout the city left seven dead and 41 injured, including boys younger than 19. One victim was 16-year-old Kevin Rivera, who was shot to death, as he walked near his home, by a bicycle-riding gunman, United Press International reported.
Robert Lombardo talked about his book, "Organized Crime in Chicago: Beyond the Mafia."
A rash of shootings in Chicago this weekend left 53 people injured and nine dead.
June 18--Because of its proximity to The Bean, they are calling it "The Screen."
Tribune Co. on Monday filed financial results for 2012 , its last year in bankruptcy.
A financial statement released Monday shows the Tribune Co.' s profit dropped 6 percent to $422.5 million in the year ending Dec. 30. The Tribune Co.
Tribune Co. reported modest revenue growth in 2012 -- its last year in bankruptcy -- with broadcasting gains offsetting declines in its publishing operations, according to consolidated financial statements released Monday.
The statements are posted on the company's website, www.tribune.com , along with management's discussion and analysis of financial condition and results of operations.
Curt Bailey, president of Related Midwest, says the company opened 500 Lake Shore Drive on May 1 and is putting the finishing touches on the re-imagining of South Loop Luxury by Related.
He grew up in Chicago, studied in Germany, graduated from Evangel in 2006 and now works in England.
The number rolled off Warren Danford's tongue like he was reading it from a sheet of paper - 798-03-45.
The writer, director, and comedian who co-founded the Second City comedy troupe in Chicago in 1959 died Sunday, reports the Chicago Tribune.
Gun violence flared over the Father's Day weekend in Chicago. At least seven people died and 30 others wounded in shootings across the city, authorities said.