Cubs rally to win 5-4 in 10
Get clutch hits late to snatch victory from Brewers
By Paul Sullivan, Chicago Tribune reporter
12:04 a.m. CDT, June 15, 2011
Tony Campana isn’t exactly shy about his blazing speed. So when the Cubs rookie was told manager Mike Quade said he’s one of the fastest players in the league, Campana seconded the notion. “I’d like to challenge anyone in the league to a race,” he said. Campana’s hustle turned a single into a double in the 10th inning Tuesday night and he came home to score the winning run on Starlin Castro’s walk-off single in a 5-4 comeback victory over the Brewers.
Cubs wear ‘Goat’ T-shirts to poke fun at the curse
By Paul Sullivan Tribune reporter
5:51 p.m. CDT, June 14, 2011
Several Cubs players donned T-shirts Tuesday that read “(Blank) the Goat” on the back and had a cartoon goat with the international no symbol on the front.
Bringing up the so-called curse of the billy goat was a way for the players to poke fun at the legend that began during the 1945 World Series.
Motorola Solutions to bring 400 new jobs to Chicago
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he is concerned about trade show loss at McCormick Place and that he supports labor work-rule changes struck down by federal court
By Wailin Wong and John Byrne, Tribune reporters
6:27 p.m. CDT, June 14, 2011
The announcement marked the Schaumburg-based company’s first major hiring announcement since it became an independent company after Motorola Inc. was split in two in January. The jobs will be new positions in service, sales support and other areas, Brown said at a news conference with the mayor.
Motorola Mobility to Work with Honeywell Security Group to Supply Connected Home Security Solution for Operators
CHICAGO, June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — At the 2011 Cable Show, Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) announced today its intention to work with Honeywell Security Group to develop an end-to-end security solution for cable and telecom service providers, offering subscribers a connected home security service that enables remote management of alarm panels and associated security devices using multiple control interfaces—including TV, smartphone, PC and tablet. A concept demonstration of this connected home solution is on-display at Motorola Mobility’s booth #609 at the Cable Show.