Chicago

Chicago

Center of the third largest metropolitan area in the United States; county seat of Cook County, Illinois, United States

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Jim Dallke
May 27, 2020
AmericanInno
Chicago health care technology company Higi hauled in a new round of funding as it expands its health kiosks to more people across the U.S.
Jim Dallke
May 26, 2020
AmericanInno
Chicago-based password management company Keeper Security hit a major milestone Tuesday: one million paying customers.
Bob Weber
May 24, 2020
Boston Herald
Q: Where is the outdoor temperature sensor on a car generally located? I ask because it appears that the temperature indicated on the dashboard does not always align with the ambient temperature. If the sensor is located under the hood, would the heat reflected from the hood elevate the true indicated temperature? T.A., Coral Springs, [...]
Katherine Davis
May 22, 2020
AmericanInno
The initiative will give businesses access to protective shields, reusable face masks and hand sanitizer.
May 21, 2020
BioSpace
Horizon Therapeutics Named Number One Best Workplace in Chicago - read this article along with other careers information, tips and advice on BioSpace
Jim Dallke
May 19, 2020
AmericanInno
This spring marks the company's largest expansion of casual shirts to date, CEO Allyson Lewis explained, as Tie Bar continues to morph into a men's lifestyle brand that keeps up with today's changing fashion trends.
Aarian Marshall
May 19, 2020
Wired
Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts proposes spending $205 billion over 5 years to connect Chicago with Atlanta, Portland with Vancouver.
Jayajit Dash
May 19, 2020
@bsindia
Study says lockdown has sapped power demand, taking accumulated coal inventory to 51 million tonnes
Katherine Davis
May 18, 2020
AmericanInno
The device measures pulse rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation and temperature.
Nicholas Epley
May 15, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
Many of us underestimate how positively others will respond when we try it
May 15, 2020
The Wire Science
'Who can legitimately claim to be called the discoverer of the coronavirus? In seeking an answer to this simple question, I chanced upon the work of Dorothy Hamre.'
Business Standard Editorial Comment
May 14, 2020
@bsindia
MPC will have to work with an incomplete inflation picture
Jim Dallke
May 13, 2020
AmericanInno
The startup says it has enabled 1 million Tock To Go meals since it launched in mid-March, and in April alone the startup added nearly 1,000 new restaurants to its platform.
Jim Dallke
May 12, 2020
AmericanInno
A Silicon Valley-based fintech app that allows workers to access their wages before their paycheck hits their bank account has acquired Chicago startup Tip Yourself.
Jim Dallke
May 11, 2020
AmericanInno
A Chicago startup is taking on Big Tobacco with its smokeless product that ditches the tobacco to give users a buzz without additional harmful elements found in traditional dip products.
Jim Dallke
May 5, 2020
AmericanInno
Chicago startup TimeDoc Health, a health care startup that creates virtual care management software for hospitals, raised $5.7 million in new funding.
Jim Dallke
May 4, 2020
AmericanInno
The Toronto Stock Exchange has landed in the Windy City to connect with Midwest startups who might be interested in raising public capital in Canada.
Jim Dallke
May 5, 2020
AmericanInno
ThreeKit, a Chicago startup that helps brands make 3D and augmented reality configurations for furniture and other products, named its first CEO Tuesday.
Emily Nightingale
May 4, 2020
AmericanInno
On Friday, May 1, Inno hosted its first virtual event amid the coronavirus crisis. Inno's Senior Editor Jim Dallke chatted with Chris Gladwin, the CEO and co-founder of Ocient and co-chair of P33. Gladwin is one of Chicago's most accomplished serial entrepreneurs. He founded cloud storage company Cleversafe in 2004 and sold it to IBM for more than $1 billion in 2015. The technology he started generated over 1,000 patents granted or filed. Prior to Cleversafe, Chris was the founder and CEO of startups MusicNow and Cruise Technologies, and led product strategy for Zenith Data Systems. Gladwin is also one of the leaders of P33, an ambitious initiative to make Chicago a top-tier tech hub. During the fireside chat, Gladwin explained his startup Ocient, how the coronavirus is impacting Chicago tech, and how startups can prepare for an uncertain future. He also dished on his plans to open a large outdoor adventure park in suburban Lemont. If you weren't able to tune into the event, you can
Katherine Davis
May 6, 2020
AmericanInno
DigitalMint is expanding throughout the U.S. as it works to make owning cryptocurrency more accessible.
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