Monthly Archives: February 2014

CN Feb. 27, 2014

Were you a little confused by the mega-announcements this week that Chicago was about to became a major tech innovation-hub, whatever that means? Well, Tribune business columnist Melissa Harris explains some of it. The biggest chunk of cash-on-the-barrelhead is $70 … Continue reading

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CN Feb 20, 2014

More than a thousand full-time tenured and non-tenured faculty members staged a 2-day strike at UIC this week to demand salary increases and other workplace improvements. Although the issues seemed to play well in the media, DNAInfo Chicago’s Ted Cox … Continue reading

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CN Feb. 13, 2014

  Dan Rutherford has some explainin’ to do. He’s obviously correct in stating that he hasn’t been found guilty of any wrongdoing, and the charges of sexual and business misconduct brought forth by a subordinate remain only charges.  But the … Continue reading

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CN Feb 6, 2014

According to Chris Fusco of the Sun-Times, the current Republican race for Governor  is “one of the goofier political races we’ve ever observed. “ And WBEZ’s Tony Arnold had a front-row seat for one of the more bizarre chapters this week at … Continue reading

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