News of the arrivals of Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod to the Chicago Cubs’ front office didn’t make nearly the splash as Theo Epstein’s signing three weeks ago. But if Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts is right, the three Red Sox refugees will help end a championship drought that’s at 103 years and counting.
Jed Hoyer made it clear he’s no yes man for Theo Epstein, despite their very successful working relationship from years past. Hoyer took over as the Chicago Cubs’ general manager Tuesday, reuniting with Epstein to try and end a championship drought that has reached 103 years.
Among his many redeeming qualities, Theo Epstein is a realist. And in a quiet moment away from the media crush following Tuesday’s news conference to introduce Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod, Epstein revealed some of the harsh realities facing his dream team — and Cubs fans.
Choose DuPage Says Edward Don and Company’s New HQ Means 400 New …
(LISLE, IL) Edward Don and Company’s decision to move its corporate headquarters and logistics center to the Union Point Business Park in Woodridge, IL means nearly $25 million in new business investment and 400 new jobs are coming to DuPage County. The announcement is the latest win for Choose DuPage, the county’s economic development organization.
Edward Don gets state tax credits for Woodridge move
The Edward Don Company, which will leave North Riverside next year after receiving millions of dollars in tax incentives from the village of Woodridge, is in line to receive millions more in tax credits courtesy of the state.