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The Oakbrook Terrace-based DVD marketer says it has worked with a number of creative agencies before, but that this is the first time it has hired an agency for a "project of this caliber."
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The food giant said it will make 100 percent of its packaging globally recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025.
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In an index of five major carriers, it's the only airline stock to gain this year.
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The Chicago-based company has begun developing a way to secure digital assets held in custody while seeking to charge lower fees than existing crypto custodians.
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The gift from the hedge-fund billionaire and Citadel CEO is the largest in Norton's history.
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The Madrid-based operator of a flight-booking system used around the world has its sights set on a Thoma Bravo property that creates software for the hospitality industry.
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New Michigan laws intended to save lives have physicians complaining about unintended consequences.
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The states expect the move will lower exchange premiums for this upcoming open enrollment.
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The verdict is a boon to IBM's intellectual-property licensing business, which last year brought in $1.19 billion for the company, holder of more than 45,000 patents.
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“I wish the ICE and the New York Stock Exchange and the employees that remain the very best,” outgoing chief exec John Kerin said of the Chicago bourse's new owners.
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