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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Joel Weisman and his panel of guests look back at Rahm Emanuel's first week as mayor: his swearing in, his move to cut $75 million from the budget, and appointment of several familiar aldermen on City Council to lead committees. Also, the prosecution in the Blagojevich retrial rests as talk swirls about the former governor himself taking the stand in his own defense. Oprah ends her historic run with a star-filled sendoff at the United Center.

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Chicago's new mayor is ordering an audit of the city's controversial TIF program. Eddie Arruza talks with the mayor's budget director about what's being uncovered as the new financial team looks into the city's books.

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What effect will the new mayor have on local business? WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us with that discussion and a look at the week's top business headlines.

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, we look back at Richard M. Daley's biggest accomplishments and multiple scandals over 22 years as Chicago mayor. Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel releases a transition report, long on ambition and short on details. Sears threatens to leave Illinois, unless the state ponies up to keep thousands of jobs here. And in sports, Carlos Boozer and Derrick Rose dominate Thursday's game to win the series against Atlanta. Now the Bulls will feel the heat of Miami and LeBron James in the Eastern Conference Final on Sunday.

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The "Home Alone" house is for sale. WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us with news-making Chicago real estate and a look at the week's top business headlines. And Illinois gets a bad grade for business.

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Arts-and-crafts retailer Michael's is the latest company to be struck by hackers. The company says customer bank and credit information was stolen in a cyber attack. Eddie Arruza and his panel look at the increasing problem of cyber thieves stealing personal information.

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How does Chicago rank as a city of opportunity? WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us with the answer and to look at the week's business headlines.

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The latest business news is all about inflation, gas prices and unemployment. Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to review the week's business headlines.

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The local economy is slowly improving according to new data. WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to explain the results and review this week's business headlines.

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Chicago is losing Batman but local suburb Plano is inheriting the "Man of Steel." WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to talk about this week's business headlines.

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Gas prices are rising, but is there any relief in sight? We talk about the financial pain at the pump, and if $4 dollars or more per gallon is now the new normal.

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A new law that is supposed to level the playing field for Illinois businesses has one company moving to Wisconsin.

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There's an increasingly bitter debate going on in one of Chicago's wealthiest suburbs. We hear about the Village of Winnetka's affordable housing proposal, and why some opponents say it will bring criminals to the North Shore community.

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McDonald's is going to hire 50,000 new employees on April 19. Find out why when WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to look at the week in business.

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It's been another day of cancellations and inspections. Ash-har Quraishi takes a look at what Southwest Airlines is doing to address the problems that caused part of a mid-air fuselage tear Friday and how it may affect Chicago travelers.

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Anheuser-Busch is buying local brewer Goose Island. Find out why when WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to look at the week in business.