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One morning as Rick Cunningham drove to work at the Chicago Board of Trade, he signaled to a cyclist on his right that he was going to pass the car in front of him. As Cunningham merged back into his lane, apparently close to the biker, the cyclist did...
Just before 2 p.m. on April 30, 1979, the doorbell sounded at a sprawling Inverness ranch home. A 5-year-old girl opened the door to find two men with nylon stockings pulled over their faces. The men tied up the girl, two of her siblings and the...
Tribune criticChicago will increase its number of dedicated food-truck parking spaces to 30 from the current total of 21, under a proposal to be presented to the City Council by Mayor Rahm Emanuel today. Working in collaboration with the Chicago Department of...
IntercontinentalExchange is taking a cue from rival CME Group in reducing its electronic grain trading hours. Beginning May 31, trading at ICE will begin the week at 5 p.m. Central on Sunday and run to 1:30 p.m. Central on Monday, according to a...
ReutersMemberships at the Chicago Board of Trade are being scooped up by trading firms amid signs the Federal Reserve may pull back their massive stimulus. Expectations of the move, that would boost Treasury futures trading, have led to significantly higher...
Sandra Smith was starting her first day as a sales trader in Chicago. Leaving her second post-college job at a hedge fund in New York, she was back in the city where she grew up and where several members of her family had worked in the financial trading...
Corn prices have plummeted nearly 90 cents a bushel since Thursday, when two key USDA reports showed the nation has more corn in storage than previously thought and farmers plan to plant a record number of acres this spring. On Thursday morning, May...
Farmer leaders from across the country called crop insurance their “most important risk management tool” and said it is essential to keep agriculture strong and bring young farmers into an aging business. The comments were made during a panel discussion...
SINGAPORE - Farmers from Australia to Europe to the United States are poised to reap the second-largest wheat crop on record as fields recover from drought and heat waves, boosting global stockpiles for the first time in four years. Output will climb 4....
The Angus Foundation's Board of Directors has chosen Cortney Hill-Dukehart Cates of Modoc, Ind., to represent the American Angus Association and Angus Foundation at the 2013 National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) Young Cattlemen's Conference (YCC)....
CHICAGO -- Deere & Co., the largest agricultural equipment maker, raised its full-year profit forecast and posted quarterly earnings that topped analysts' estimates after record prices for corn and soybeans boosted farmers' incomes. Net profit was $1.65...
CHICAGO - U.S. soybean supplies before the next harvest will be 7.4 percent smaller than forecast a month ago and the smallest since 2004 on rising demand for last year's drought-reduced crop, the government said. Stockpiles on Aug. 31 will fall to...
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