The company was investigating one of its worst product fiascoes, and the announcement came three months after the phone was discontinued.
Two restaurants claim a city reconstruction project is at fault for the problems that have forced them to shut down.
China’s claims to be cutting excess capacity are called into question. Will the president who would put America First do something about it?
The half-scale pod will use magnetic levitation to propel through a 1.5-mile tube that SpaceX developed for an international competition.
In Pennsylvania, emboldened conservatives are beginning to push the issue in a region of the country with a deep history of organized labor.
The new act will now streamline the process of establishing a special needs trust for many people across the country.
Economic development strategy starting to pay dividends in Mercer County city with a storied industrial past as business incubator fills up.
Allegheny Valley Bank, PNC Bank, The Penn State Center Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, FNB Corp. and Burns White LLC
It specializes in vintage-inspired tees and hooded sweatshirts with graphic designs plucked from Pittsburgh’s history and sports heritage.
The Amazon Echo is just the latest in what is among the hottest trends in the internet of things, but it doesn’t come without controversy.
You can get very good sound with your budget, though extremely small speakers do have sound quality limitations.
Business briefs: Retail, office space planned at former Downtown department store; Ford expects $2B net income drop due to pension change
Stark Enterprises, Ford, Western Maryland Health System, Interphase Materials and Walgreens
Toshiba, Westinghouse’s owner, expects another multibillion impairment charge for Westinghouse in mid-February.
In the second competition pitting humans against CMU’s poker-playing computer,the computer has won six out of the first nine days.
Ronald Locy, who will be sentenced in May, admitted in federal court to creating two ghost employee positions, including one for his wife.
In all, 8.3 million passengers boarded or got off planes at Pittsburgh International Airport last year, a 2.2 percent increase from 2015.
Since December 2015, the state’s labor force has netted 73,000 more people.
A Mars spokeswoman said the Skittles were supposed to be destroyed because they lacked the signature “S” on the candy.
Kenneth Stanko admitted in federal court to selling oxycodone and submitted false claims to health insurers for prescriptions.
Federal agents said the companies packaged and sold cheese under various labels at the Castle Cheese facility in Slippery Rock.
Downtown-based PPG today said it bought certain assets of Futian Xinshi, which is based in the Guangdong province of China.
Negotiations with Cumberland system expected to start immediately.
A potential buyer for the property in South Fayette will clean up the site, which was home to a former steel plant.
Plans have not been announced for the land, but Allegheny County plans to sell about 9 acres of the 29-acre site off McIntyre Road.
The center in Pine, operated by Genesis Medical Associates Inc., opened a year ago and sees 2,200 to 2,300 patients per month.
The 214-room hotel would be built on the east side of the casino property near Carnegie Science Center.
The suit accuses TCF of pushing services even as new federal rules prohibited overdraft charges for certain debit-card and ATM transactions.
Plus: O’Hara firm raising capital to market concussion device; AHN to offer same-day appointments for patients; and more.
Mayor Michael Cherepko says Dura-Bond’s purchase of the facility could bring about 200 jobs to the town.
CEO Vincent Delie says the Pittsburgh-based bank is big enough now to compete effectively.
More than 500 workers in Pennsylvania’s unemployment compensation program were laid off last month.
Ever since Pittsburgh Logistics Systems lost AK Steel, its biggest customer, the two companies have wrangled over the use of trucking data.
If possible, lie on any mattress that you're considering.
Highmark Health and its affiliate, Gateway Health Plan, and Philadelphia-based Health Partners Plans Inc. were warned by federal officials.
The coatings giant said sales were hurt by weak foreign currency rates.
But safety regulators are warning auto manufacturers and drivers not to treat semiautonomous cars as if they were fully self-driving.
The Ohio company continues to shed unregulated power generation assets to mitigate the volatility of power markets.
Allegheny Health will offer those who call before 11 a.m. suggestions on an appropriate doctor who has time to see them.
Bank of New York Mellon this morning reported higher profits in the fourth quarter and for all of 2016 as revenue rose and expenses fell.
Credit Suisse will pay a $2.5 billion civil penalty and $2.8 billion in consumer relief, to be paid over five years after the settlement.
Plus: FNB says quarterly profits rose 33 percent; FNB says quarterly profits rose 33 percent; and more.
The Washington County company will go back to the drawing board and explore other options to get its message across.
Petitions by Maryland, Delaware and Connecticut are asking federal regulators to put stricter caps on individual power plants’ emissions.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, after blocking the Miners Protection Act last month, put forth his own measure this week.
The record settlement is the second for the giant drug distributor. In 2008, McKesson paid a $13.25 million fine over similar allegations.
Infinitis tend to handle in their own unusual way, and the Q60 is no exception.
After more than a month of meetings and vocal opposition from residents and environmental groups, the supervisors gave their approval.
Oxford Development Company scraps plans for iconic skyscraper in sale of Downtown property.
Essentially, the bank bought the mall from itself so it could then either rehabilitate or sell the property on its own terms.
JPMorgan Chase is accused of discriminating against minority borrowers by charging them higher rates and fees on home mortgages.