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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.

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, aldermanic runoff candidates make their final push for City Council, while Rahm Emanuel asks if the number of aldermen should be cut in half. Gas prices soar, with experts wondering if $5 a gallon is just around the corner. The University of Illinois approves another tuition hike. Groupon's president surprises the business community and calls it quits. And in sports, Derrick Rose makes his case for MVP while the Chicago Bulls continue to surge.

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When it comes to your electric supply, ComEd may no longer be the only game in town. But does competition equal a lower power bill? Carol Marin and her panel discuss the issue.

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The origins of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade are explored in a new book. We speak with author Emily Lambert about the history of the Futures market.

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AT&T announced plans to purchase T-Mobile for $39 billion. WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to look at how the deal will impact Chicago business.

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Ash-har Quraishi has the personal story of one couple's mission to create meaningful employment and sustainable careers for adults with autism.

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McDonald's isn't clowning around when it comes to sidelining Ronald McDonald. Find out why when WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to look at the week in business.

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Police Superintendent Jody Weis steps down on the final day of his contract. Mayor Daley taps former top cop Terry Hillard as Weis' temporary replacement. Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel says he'll have his picks for both police and school superintendent by his inauguration day. Former governor George Ryan talks about his death penalty decisions as Gov. Quinn mulls over abolishing it permanently. Gas prices spike, and air traffic controllers are making more close-call mistakes at O'Hare airport. And in sports, the Bears cut Tommie Harris.

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The National Association of Realtors rolls into Chicago this week with one message -- home ownership is still a fiscally smart idea. We talk with the group's president-elect to see if this advice holds true, even in the state that boasts the 8th highest foreclosure rate.

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Groupon officially launches in China under a new Chinese name. WBBM Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel tells us what the new moniker means, and breaks down the rest of Chicago's business headlines.

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Wisconsin Democrats may have fled the Capitol, but tens of thousands of protesters have taken their place. We talk with Illinois lawmakers about what the union woes of our neighbor to the north mean for us, and how long the Wisconsin Democrats' impromptu stay in Illinois might last.

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, the tone turns nasty in the final days of the mayoral campaign. In a rally for Gery Chico, a union leader calls Rahm Emanuel a "Wall Street Judas." Mayor Daley says that's anti-Semitic. But Chico, who has three Jewish daughters, disagrees. Just weeks after a major income tax increase, Gov. Pat Quinn's $52.7 billion budget includes tough cuts and billions in borrowing. And in sports, Super Bowl Bears great Dave Duerson is found dead. Blackhawks Coach Joel Quenneville is hospitalized. And the Bulls beat the league's best.

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Carol Marin and several experts, including Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford, take a closer look at the governor's budget plan, and what may happen next in the General Assembly.

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Groupon deals have become wildly popular, but the offer made by one Chicago sandwich shop turned into a nightmare. What should businesses do before signing up with the deal-a-day giant? Eddie Arruza has the story.

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Sick of shelling out at the gas pump? We sit down with the so-called father of the "Hypermiling" movement - who says you just don't have to.