The company explained the $50 profit calculation for its emergency allergy device that it provided to Congress last week.
Opponents contend the carbon-cutting plan unveiled by the EPA will kill coal-mining jobs and drive up electricity costs.
As consumers spend more on home improvements, J.C. Penney is re-entering the appliance market after more than 30 years out of the game.
Landowners in western and central part of the state without gas leases may be approached in the next few years.
The August report showed job losses and higher unemployment primarily because people lost their jobs and were hunting for new employment.
State lawmakers have little time to decide whether to overhaul the safe digging bill or preserve it unchanged for one more year.
The White House created the MetroLab network to support partnerships that allow cities to benefit from universities’ technical expertise.
Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf and former consumer banking exec to forfeit millions in stock awards amid sales practices scandal
Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj Visits Philadelphia at the Invitation of The Philadelphia Orchestra
The American Law Journal Television Program Honored with Two Emmy® Awards in the Mid-Atlantic Region
Competition for Chemtura can’t be ruled out, said Lanxess executive.
The Pittsburgh-area water treatment company is months late filing financial statements and faces the wrath of creditors.
Families should discuss each person’s preferences before a death occurs — and put those wishes in writing.
Advocates say rent-to-own programs have ensnared many financially unsophisticated would-be homeowners.
By devising its own test, the NRDC found televisions use far more energy than reported by the yellow EnergyGuide label.
Landowners bitterly dispute the sums that some drillers have been taking from royalty check already diminished by a collapse in prices.
As the company grows, the role of the CEO changes, requiring a different set of skills related to organizing people and business processes.
Some employees have come up with outrageous ways to pad their expense accounts.
Business of Health
The joint venture will create Onduo, a company that will use new medical devices to help people with diabetes better care for the disease.
The bloggers, more than a dozen mothers of children with serious allergies, embraced the effort Mylan outlined in a series of "summits."
Business / Law
A hodgepodge of standards for self-driving vehicles is raising concerns among consumer groups and safety experts.
As part of its rollout of self-driving vehicles for its ride-sharing operation, Uber invited the media to take rides in its Ford Fusions.