Apple is so influential that it can compensate the performers at its in-store events with merchandise and exposure—and no one will complain.
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s plan to help Chicago schools sounds an awful lot like an Apple internship program.
Also, more than 600 complaints have come in about landlords breaking the city’s heat ordinance.
Also, the cold caused a glass panel to crack in the new Apple flagship store.
Also, Janice Jackson’s rise from CPS student to CPS CEO.
Also, Yelp names the five best Chicago neighborhoods to open a business in.
Also, the long-awaited Apple flagship on the Chicago River is opening Friday.
Also, former governor Rod Blagojevich speaks about his time in prison.
Also, Apple is almost 40 percent more valuable than Chicago.
Also, a study of local high school students shows that studying music changes the teenage brain.
Amazon’s brick-and-mortar store in Wrigleyville is just the latest example of tech’s “Frightful Five” remaking our world.
The director took part in a Q&A at an Apple store in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood, but didn’t provide a lot of answers.
With these marvelous photos of the band’s Wednesday night performance!
TransTech Social Enterprises CEO Angelica Ross says: “We’re here to empower.”
Let U2’s Songs of Innocence guide you to discover more music, including Leekeleek’s recent Still Geekin mixtape.