United Airlines said it will move its headquarters and 350 management employees to downtown Chicago from its current facility near O'Hare. It also will consolidate several suburban facilities into an Operations Center at its Elk Grove campus. UA is receiving $5.25 million in tax increment financing from the city and $1.35 million from the state of Illinois. Both city and state will introduce legislation to cap the jet fuel tax for the next five years.

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