Rare 1936 Canadian penny sells for $253,000
A very rare 1936 'dotted' Canadian penny has sold at a U.S. coin auction for $253,000. The sale, for over 25 million pennies worth of dollars, was made at an coin auction in Chicago and the penny coming up for auction was announced last month.
Warm weather, rain may turn to snow on Friday
The rain that's ushering springtime colors onto Chicago's landscape combined with a front of cold Canadian air could bring flurries by week's end.
E-Commerce Delivery Startup Shutl Lands Another $3.2M In Run-Up To U.S. Launch
Shutl, the London-based startup that promises to enable the delivery of online purchases within minutes of sale, has secured $3.2 million in funding that it plans to put toward its upcoming debut in North America. The new money was brought in by Shutl’s existing investors, which include UPS’s strategic venture arm and Hummingbird Ventures, along with the participation of two new backers, e.ventures and Notion Capital. Shutl’s last bit of funding was the $2 million raise it announced in August, which was also provisioned to be put toward the impending North American launch. Over the past year, Shutl has expanded across the UK, where it says it can enable the delivery of goods purchased online either within minutes of them being purchased or inside a 1-hour window selected by the shopper. It does this with its web platform, which connects retailers to local same-day courier companies. The company claims its fastest delivery clocks in at just under 15 minutes from time of purchase. This ...
Ex-stripper expected to testify at Vaughn trial
Vaughn discussed with Canadian friend plans to escape to wilderness life A former stripper is expected to testify today that Christopher Vaughn befriended her at the Chicago area club where she danced and talked about his desire to move to the Canadian wilderness just weeks before his wife and three children were shot to death.
Canada's "Marilyn Monroe" among award-winning skyscrapers
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A pair of curvaceous Canadian towers dubbed the "Marilyn Monroe," an Australian skyscraper that breathes, an Italian building that evokes Milan's Galleria, and a cylindrical tower...
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