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Federal appeals court rules GE doesn't have to remove polluted soil where Morrison factory stood

By Dan Churney | Mar 12, 2019

A Chicago federal appellate panel has upheld a lower court ruling that said owners of land contaminated by chemicals from a General Electric plant in northwestern Illinois cannot force the company to remove the polluted soil, because the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency is only calling for GE to contain the contamination.

American Airlines, others accused of negligence after airplane engine burst into flames at O'Hare

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jun 1, 2018

Two airplane passengers are suing the Boeing Company, General Electric Company and American Airlines Inc. for alleged negligence.

Light maker wants to sock it to Chicago City Hall, contractor, alleging rigged $160M lighting project

By Dan Churney | Nov 20, 2017

A suburban manufacturer of electric lighting units is blowing its fuse, and as an outlet is in federal court, alleging the city of Chicago, a municipal financing group and an energy service provider short-circuited the bidding process for a huge public lighting modernization project, to exclude the manufacturer's lights in favor of General Electric products.

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