While single-piece Bluetooth speakers may offer good sound with modern convenience, I doubt they will ever compare to high quality speakers.
Lawrenceville may have overachieved to its detriment, with affordable housing, a thriving nightlife, and a shortage of parking.
Social network site Twitter is talking with Salesforce.com, Google and others over a possible takeover of the company, sources said.
St. Vincent Health in Erie sued by EEOC; Marriott buys Starwood, becoming world's largest hotel chain; Fed wants to put new limits on banks' commodities activities
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Some of the nation's largest for-profit college chains are suffering steep enrollment declines amid growing government scrutiny.
Highmark Health says it is committed to offering ACA plans in 2017 despite continued losses in its Affordable Care Act marketplace plans.
The bloggers, more than a dozen mothers of children with serious allergies, embraced the effort Mylan outlined in a series of "summits."
The carrier intends to start the seasonal flight May 25, or 25 days later than it did this year.
Plus: Creehan Holding Co. Inc.; Covestro; Piedmont Airlines; PPG; Wal-Mart; McDonald’s exec resigns; Lennar; and U.S. home sales.
The suit, filed in the Johnstown office of the Pennsylvania Western District Court, seeks $142 million plus punitive damages.
The lawsuit seeks a declaratory judgment that the 2014 “anti-Tesla” law is unconstitutional and an injunction to prevent its enforcement.
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Spouses should — but don’t always — consult each other before making major purchases, according to financial advisers.
S.G. Preston is building a refinery to produce the biofuel in South Point, Ohio. JetBlue says it will begin using it in 2019.
Businesses expected at the site include Saks Off Fifth, DSW Shoe Warehouse, J. Crew, Piada Italian Street Food, Jason’s Deli and CycleBar.
The store is expected to open in March 2017 on Walnut Street in the town’s business district.
The JP Variety Store sells grocery items, cleaning supplies, hair and beauty products, as well as some clothing and school supplies.
The break-in, which the company said was “state-sponsored,” has compromised the personal information in 500 million accounts.
The Republican presidential candidate addressed the Insight Shale conference Thursday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Bruce Kraus, Pittsburgh City Council president, said the body should vote by year’s end on whether to create an affordable housing fund.
The pipeline section’s failure caused shortages and surging fuel prices across the South.
The approval clears the way for the two plane manufacturers to access one of the last untapped aviation markets in the world.
Fast-food chain to return to the Smithfield Street location it once occupied.
A significant number of hospitalizations among nursing home patients are potentially avoidable, several studies in recent years have shown.
Sponsored by West Virginia Sens. Joe Manchin and Shelley Moore Capito, the Miners Protection Act would cost $2.2 billion over 10 years.
Plus: Tesla updates software to improve radar on cars and High-profile investor accused of insider trading
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Donald Trump said he can live with local rules on shale gas drilling, while Hillary Clinton supported drilling as secretary of state.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers slammed the drug maker for taking advantage of its monopoly on the emergency allergy treatment.
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 66 pulled sponsorship of the Marcellus Shale Coalition’s annual conference in Pittsburgh.
The Federal Reserve is keeping a key interest rate unchanged but sending a strong signal that it may boost rates before end of the year.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ plan supports the public lands drilling moratorium Gov. Tom Wolf ordered in January.
The plan would include space to host top exhibits that have bypassed Pittsburgh in the past
L'Oreal is building thousands of solar panels in Kentucky and Arkansas, creating two of the biggest solar-powered projects in each state.
North Dakota and federal officials are investigating a clash between Dakota Access pipeline protesters and private security guards.
Gasoline will soon begin flowing again across the South, nearly two weeks after a leak forced the shutdown of a critical gas pipeline.
Plus: College savings; Kindred Health Care; Racial wage gap; Whole Foods, EPA reach deal; Allergan; System One; FedEx; Monsanto, Bayer.
Regulators want protections for car occupants and systems for tracking what companies learn as they cross this new frontier.
A day-long program organized by the Denver-based Marijuana Business Daily will focus on how to start a marijuana business.
Hearst Stations says the former anchor’s claims are “long on speculation” but “short on any factual support.”
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is asking a state court to force the company to comply with a subpoena seeking documents.
Nigeria is suing several oil companies for $12.7 billion of crude oil that allegedly was exported illegally to the U.S., officials said.
John Stumpf apologized for the actions of low-level employees who opened phantom accounts for customers who hadn’t asked for them.
After the media blitz, a select group of everyday Uber users experience the new rides — some ending with a selfie.
Widespread outrage over the soaring cost of the EpiPen has put Mylan in the hot seat.
Up to 20,000 people from 30 states, Canada and the United Kingdom are expected to attend the festival.
Plus: Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse; Cybersecurity course; U.S. homebuilders; and U.S. restaurants.
Experts say more people are applying for credit to lease and purchase cars because the economy is on the rise.
Groups oppose the move, arguing that it would give foreign countries more power to censor the internet.