A number of Seattle-area companies pushed their value to at least $1 billion last year, a trend that could set the region apart if it continues.
Suddenly, cannabinoid acids are hot.
A Boston-based private equity fund has recapitalized its industrial portfolio, which includes many Chicago properties.
Sinclair now has a path to launching a direct-to-consumer streaming app this year after securing digital rights from the NBA and $600 million in new financing.
Foley & Lardner LLP chairman and CEO Jay Rothman is one of two finalists to be the next president of the University of Wisconsin System.
The largest printed can supplier for the Kansas City area will require a minimum order of five truckloads — an amount most local breweries can't purchase.
ForeverLawn will partner with Sam Hunt Racing as Earnhardt pilots the No. 26 Toyota GR Supra.
Colle Mcvoy hired an insider and a former Best Buy Co. Inc. executive to jointly fill its newly created executive creative director (ECD) position. The Minneapolis ad agency said Gil Muiños and Dustin Black will serve as co-ECD's and share leadership ...
Since retiring as WXIX-TV meteorologist 15 months ago, Creighton has enjoyed a second career preparing meals for Dream Dinners, which provides ingredients for customers to cook at home.
An industry consultant to NBA teams expects the Hornets and other clubs to have little trouble selling ads on warm-ups and shooting shirts.
The Alumnae Association of Mills College and its president decided to mutually withdraw the lawsuits between the two entities, the college said.
Tejal Desai, a renowned biomedical engineer and professor at the University of California, is Brown's new engineering dean.