The future of innovation in Chicago is being created in one of the oldest buildings in the city. Up on the 12th floor of the Merchandise Mart an unusually high level of entrepreneurial energy is coming from a 50,000 sq. foot workspace called 1871.
Some city high schools have alarmingly few students enrolled this fall, raising questions about whether neighborhood high schools with long Chicago histories will be able to stay alive in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
The Affordable Care Act can be pretty confusing. So on the eve of the launch of health insurance marketplaces across the country, let's set aside the political debates for a moment and review the basics.