BOOST FOR ‘MICRO-BUSINESSES’ — Two weeks after the launch of Chicago’s grant program aimed at keeping extra-small businesses afloat, the city has already paid $5,000 each to 959 “micro-businesses” such as “family-owned coffee shops” and “mom-and-pop retail stores” city officials announced Thursday.

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