Running in Pain? No Gain: Marathoners should watch for these signs

By Colette House Early morning runs. Extend the distance, monitor nutrition for optimal performance and making running the single-pointed focus of an exercise routine. That’s just par for the course in the months prior to the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Now race day is almost upon us. Despite the grueling training, approximately 45,000 […]

Beer, code and hacks: Chicago’s first comedy hackathon

By Emma Sandler Get together a bunch of web designers, coders, and funny people and mix in beer, energy drinks and pizza over the course of two days. There you have it—the ingredients for a hackathon. More specifically, Chicago’s first Comedy Hack Day.

Fed’s Lockhart: Rate increase still on the table this year

By Kristen Vake The assumption that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by year-end is “still operative,” according to Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart, but he added that weaker U.S. economic data over the past few weeks has made the situation “a bit more ambiguous.” At the September 16-17 meeting of the Federal […]