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Night club king reawakens

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Crain's Chicago Business has been the leading source of news and insight on the city's economic scene for over 30 years.

Dion Antic once owned the hottest spots in town. Now, after a 10-year hiatus from the night life, he's back on the scene with a new company and a new way of doing business.

Chicago Business Today April 13 2010

10 things to do this weekend

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Crain's Chicago Business has been the leading source of news and insight on the city's economic scene for over 30 years.

Each week Crain's Chicago Business searches for the best of the best in what's going on in Chicago this weekend, from sustainable treats to hobnobbing with young philanthropists, our list always has you covered.

Be sure to head on over to ChicagoBusiness.com for the full list of 10 things to do in Chicago this weekend

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10 things to do this weekend

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Crain's Chicago Business has been the leading source of news and insight on the city's economic scene for over 30 years.

Each week Crain's Chicago Business searches for the best of the best in what's going on in Chicago this weekend, from bowling for the animals at the Heartland Animal Shelter to pretending to be a space explorer, there's no shortage of fun things to do this weekend.

Want the full list? Head on over to ChicagoBusiness.com for more!

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Chicago back on the big screen

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Crain's Chicago Business has been the leading source of news and insight on the city's economic scene for over 30 years.

After a relatively slow 2009, signs are pointing toward a slew of new movies and television pilots shooting in Chicago in the coming months. We take a look at what films are on the way and what they could mean for the local economy.

Chicago Business Today March 26 2010

Best Restaurants for Business 2010

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Crain's Chicago Business has been the leading source of news and insight on the city's economic scene for over 30 years.

Companies may be profit-starved these days, but the executive lunch hasn't disappeared.

"You can't get to know people just working behind a desk," says Michael Pierson, chairman and president of Prudential Rubloff Properties in Chicago.

Dining dollars are as low as they were last year, if not lower, for Mr. Pierson and 45% of respondents to our survey at ChicagoBusiness.com. But the networking-minded are working around that.

"I cut back dining expenses 20% since last year by doing more lunches than dinners," Mr. Pierson says.

With those factors in mind, we built this year's list of business-lunch favorites around value, with a focus on fixed-price menus that keep the bill in check. All of our choices deliver top-flight food, service and atmosphere.

Some names may surprise you: Sixteen and Morton's on the value list? But the recession brought down prices at many classic favorites.

To check out the full list, head on over to ChicagoBusiness.com.


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