by Casey Quinlan Sep 2, 2015
The Chicago hunger strikers are taking their fight to save a high school to Washington D.C.
by Bryce Covert Sep 2, 2015
He said he values paid leave but that the government "shouldn't be in the business of mandating" it.
Economic output has been steadily growing but it's no longer trickling down to workers' pockets.
A new campaign is pushing lawmakers to make child care affordable for parents while also ensuring the caregivers get a living wage.
by Alan Pyke Sep 1, 2015 Updated: Sep 2, 2015
The biggest threat to Uber's business model just gained a whole lot of momentum.
by Alan Pyke Sep 1, 2015
The publicly-built, privately-managed Chicago Skyway is the fastest way to vacation destinations on the shore.
by Casey Quinlan Sep 1, 2015
The CEO of a gaming company responded to criticism of a game on the slave trade.
by Bryce Covert Sep 1, 2015
The law was unanimously approved by the state Senate and the governor has said that he'll sign it into law.
by Bryce Covert Aug 31, 2015
Previous policies that required employees to get permission to marry and simply fired those who got pregnant have been phased out, according to the company.
The company is now trying to trim costs even as higher wages are already helping to boost sales.