The health giants contested language in a consent decree about how Highmark’s Medicare Advantage members should be covered.
Renovations to the rink also include a more efficient process for making and maintaining ice.
Equipment problems and other issues are keeping a lid on production at Horsehead’s North Carolina zinc plant.
The study found one in five baby boomers and Gen Xers display attitudes that limit their willingness to move forward in financial planning.
The building’s fate has been up in the air for years.
Analysts reiterated their confidence that prices will continue to fall throughout autumn.
Following a website crash last year, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is using a lottery this year to sell sought-after spirits.
The European Court of Justice found that European data is not sufficiently protected in the United States.
Pittsburgh steel producer said challenging market conditions may lead it to temporarily halt steel-making operations at the mill.
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The justices will hear arguments today on whether UPMC must include Highmark’s Medicare Advantage members in its network next year.
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Perpetually low interest rates raise the question of how much trouble yield-seeking investors can get themselves into.
New water treatment plant will be built regardless of whether Shell goes forward with an ethane cracker in Beaver County.
The sale of non-core coal reserves has been promised for months.
Researchers at the University of Missouri found even 10-minute jaunts can help offset reduced blood flow caused by sitting.
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Highmark Health officials acknowledge that it’s a forecast that comes with a $50 million asterisk.
The hospital said it had tripled volumes of kidney transplants since Sept. 21, when two UPMC hospitals suspended transplant operations.
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The survey says 35 percent of all vehicles built in 2015 were white and consumers selected more white vehicles than any other shade.
Audi says 2.1 million of its vehicles are among those with the engines affected by the emissions-rigging scandal.