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The deal for the Chicago-based gig-economy pioneer comes as the coronavirus keeps many schools closed and puts pressure on parents for childcare.
By seeking court protection, firms avoid the headache of protracted negotiations with individual landlords. But the moves threaten to upend huge swaths of the real estate market.
As small businesses continue to navigate managing and motivating teams while workers are remote, this episode offers some specific tips.
The asking price is $4.5 million for the red brick Georgian, which the diocese leader says no longer works as its headquarters.
Founder Glen Tullman says the merger came together in about three weeks. COVID-19 accelerated digital health care.
The baseball Hall of Famer is asking about 12.5 percent less than he and his wife, Megan, paid for the six-bedroom house in 2007.
U.S. regulators say company employees acting on behalf of the Federal Aviation Administration faced “undue pressure” as they considered whether to approve aircraft designs.
The proposed merger between digital-health darlings Teladoc and Livongo is simply too risky and pricey.
Chicago Public Schools says students will now start the new school year at home. Crain’s reporter A.D. Quig explains why the nation’s third-largest school district scrapped a plan that would have had students in classrooms two days a week.
The move is defensible. And problematic for the mayor.
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