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Tribune staff reporterChicago-area stocks have not gotten off to a particularly good start in 2003. As market benchmarks look to break the first three-year losing streak since World War II, the biggest local companies endured a rocky first quarter, with a few, mostly limited,...
As the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have been memorialized, it is the small things that most often come to the fore: Maureen Gregory misses her husband's regular afternoon phone calls; fellow train commuters remember him for his rush hour...
Tribune staff reporterOn May 13 a year ago, about 1,000 former Andersen partners and staff gathered for breakfast in a Hyatt Regency ballroom. They were there to mourn the death of the once-venerable accounting firm and to celebrate rebirth as new employees of what had been...
Kirsten Scharnberg at Ground Zero with the widow of a 9/11 victim: Thousands of families descended the ramp leading into the World Trade Center site today. The scene was somber. Some people were wailing, some were quiet in their grief. At the center,...
Tags: Hudson River, New York, Midtown, Employees, Rockefeller Center
Times Staff WriterBy the time Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s former chief executive, Duane R. Dunham, was forced to retire a few years ago after only 18 months in the top spot, the giant steelmaker was bankrupt and headed for a fire sale. But that didn't stop Bethlehem from...
Tribune staff reporterLast year, Timothy Callahan got it coming and going. In April, he resigned as chief executive of Chicago-based Equity Office Properties Trust, receiving "separation pay" of $1.65 million, roughly equal to a year's salary and bonus, plus accelerated...
Tribune staff reporterThe tower will soar above the skyline, but right now there is only an open space by the Chicago River, a home to construction equipment and a matter of fascination to neighbors. Construction of the Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago will offer a...
For Christine Olender and Sophia Addo, New York was a place to chase dreams. Olender, formerly of Chicago, hoped to become a fashion maven but found a more fulfilling career as a manager at the Windows on the World restaurant. Addo, an immigrant from...
Kirsten L. Christophe Kirsten L. Christophe, 39, delicately intertwined her work and family lives. She had brought her 13-month-old daughter, Gretchen, to meetings of the American Bar Association since the girl was 5 weeks old. And she met her husband,...
The digging continued Monday--both for bodies in the wreckage and for memories in the minds of loved ones steeling themselves for the months and years ahead. One family has given authorities their son's comb and toothbrush to help identify any remains. A...
Here is a list of those identified in the past two days as killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to family members, friends, co-workers and law enforcement. United Airlines Flight 175, Boston to Los Angeles, crashed into World Trade Center...
When he saw an out-of-shape older man on the street, Harry Blanding would turn to his wife and say: "That's not going to be me." "When I'm 90 years old, I'm still going to be running five miles," Blanding, 38, would tell his wife, Debbie, who sometimes...
Tags: Children, Sports, New York Yankees, Football, Family
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