The size of the data breach at Target Co. stores late last year took a sharp rise Friday when the retailer said it now estimates that up to 70 million individuals may have had information that includes their "names, mailing addresses, phone numbers or email addresses" stolen.
The soft processed cheese product Velveeta is manufactured at the Kraft Foods plant in Champaign. But can they make enough of it, in light of reports of a possible Velveeta shortage during the football playoffs?
People who signed up recently for health insurance with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois now have until Jan. 30 to pay their first month's premium and still get coverage for all of January.
Locally-owned businesses say they’re seeing mixed reaction from customers as a result of the recent winter storm.
Gov. Pat Quinn won't say what he thinks should happen when an income tax increase is set to expire in January 2015.
Though hackers did obtain "strongly encrypted PIN data" when they got into Target's information systems, the retailer said Friday that sensitive information from customers' debit cards should not be at risk.
The University of Illinois has announced the first donation to secure naming rights for a section of its basketball arena in Champaign.
Apple recently released its list of top apps for 2013. The award for best iPad app went to “Disney Animated” from Disney Interactive, Walt Disney Animation Studios…and the Urbana company Touch Press. Theodore Gray is the co-founder and CCO of the company. IPM's Jason Croft talked with him recently and asked him first to describe the app.
Illinois residents get one last chance Thursday night to speak out in a public forum about new rules on fracking in the state.
Decatur-based Archer Daniels Midland has confirmed that it's moving its global headquarters to Chicago.