Technology

Microsoft CTO: Artificial Intelligence frees executives to innovate

Leave it to the chief technology officer of one of the world largest companies to...

10 years after 9/11, security still top of mind

By Ann Meyer -- Chicago photographer Jimmy Fishbein hasn't forgotten the terrorist attacks that struck New York 10 years ago, where his photography studio was...

MBX’s employee focus leads to satisfied customers, new sales

By Ann Meyer Zach Mitchell didn't know how lucky he was to work at MBX Systems in Wauconda until he took a job at another...

Tech firm Ahead forges way with private clouds

Large technology companies often beget small ones, as employees become entrepreneurs. When Dan Adamany worked for IBM and EMC, he recalls colleagues leaving the giants...

Collaborative selling accelerates software firm’s sales, users

Andrew Sieja is president and chief executive of Chicago-based kCura, which is doubling its headcount as software sales accelerate. Photo courtesy of kCura By Ann...

Illinois leads in tech employment, while business development lags

The Illinois General Assembly's passage of SB 107, which creates a Technology Development Account II  using money from the state Treasurer's investment pool...

Templeton launches OhSoWe to help neighbors help themselves

By Ann Meyer Serial entrepreneur Chuck Templeton is out to counter conspicuous consumption and build community with the launch of OhSoWe.com, a website designed to...

Experts offer advice on iPhone tracking file

New research indicating iPads and iPhones routinely collect and store data on users' whereabouts has some people concerned about how the information could be...

Latest news

Masked merchants re-open Friday at Woodfield Mall after two-month hiatus

A security guard stationed at the entrance to Woodfield Mall was prepared...
- Advertisement -

My view: Bring in the $600 weekly checks

If the federal government pledge to give unemployed workers an extra $600 a week has...

Women founders share war stories to inspire persistence

"You have what it takes to triumph. You may not know it....

Must read

- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you

Niche green products gain share in recession

As consumers pinched pennies during the recession, many put...

Business Owners Are Politically Active But Misunderstood: Survey

  Despite being among the most politically active, small business...

Credit unions poised to expand lending

By Jiyoon Jane Yu Medill News Service --  After being turned...