The city of Chicago, having won agreement last week from American Airlines and United Airlines to move forward with $1.17 billion in O'Hare International expansion work, on Wednesday said it planned to issue more than $1 billion in revenue bonds next month "in order to finance runway and other enabling capital projects at the airport." The bond issuance was approved by Chicago's city council last year but a lawsuit by AA and UA, dropped last week after agreement between ...

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