KeyCorp completes acquisition of First Niagara; US regulators: Still heavy risk in big bank loans; SABMiller board recommends AB InBev’s new $104 billion offer
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Surprisingly lackluster economy last quarter served as a reminder of how choppy the pace of growth has been since the Great Recession ended.
The Bacon Jams plans to drop the word bacon from its product name. Also vanishing is the sunglasses-wearin’, guitar-strummin’ pink pig.
Insurers pay for medical care based on the complexity of the procedure, so the more complicated the operation, the higher the reimbursement.
In a lawsuit filed in June, the casino contested the $10 million annual payment it makes to the city.
The Allentown bar was cited for no hot water, a sewage backup and for denying access.
The projects would enable the development that is anticipated from the Shell cracker plant coming to Beaver County.
Plus: Alcoa to split shares; Oracle buying NetSuite; Atlas Resource Partners; and China confirms legal status of ride-hailing industry.
The ultra low-fare carrier plans to end its daily service to Denver for the winter starting Jan. 4.
The debt collection industry and other stakeholders will get a chance to comment before any changes are adopted.
Getting married a second or third time? Some financial planners say a prenuptial agreement could save some headaches in the future.
Former PetSmart chairman will take the helm at GNC. Shares in the vitamin and nutrition supplement business tumbled after the announcement.
The Ohio-based company reported a large loss associated with shuttering coal plants and the decline in value of its competitive operations.
Union accuses the airline of nearing the limits for man and machine as it pushes to improve on-time performance.
The Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike meant the Downtown money manager waived fewer money market funds fees during the second quarter.
French energy company EDF is due to decide whether to go ahead with a major nuclear power plant project in southwest England
EQT is ramping up drilling in response to rising natural gas prices, as it expects others to “overreact” to the news.
Plus: Northwest Savings Bank; GNC raises money for USA Track & Field Foundation; First Commonwealth; Durable goods; and Boeing.
The Federal Reserve said near-term risks to the economy have diminished, reviving the prospect that it will resume raising interest rates.
Tesla Motors' biggest bet yet: a massive, $5 billion factory that could double the world's production of lithium-ion batteries by 2018
The Midsummer muscle show continues with the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS Coupe vs. 2016 Ford Mustang GT Coupe Premium
Athletes have been flocking to LinkedIn, where they create profiles highlighting their skills and experience for prospective employers.
The deal, in which UPMC admits no liability, resolves allegations brought in federal court in 2012; other claims are still being pursued.
The store, at 50,000 square feet, will be nearly twice the size as the current cramped East Liberty Whole Foods on Centre Avenue.
The North Side facility gets one star out of five for safety of care, readmissions and patient experience.
Regulators must approve the rates before policies can be sold to consumers.
The Bridgeville-based company said second quarter sales fell 17 percent.
The Pittsburgh steelmaker said it expects a profit of about $50 million this year, citing rising prices, falling imports and cost savings.
The German company with operations in Pittsburgh said second-quarter results were boosted by recently-launched drug treatments.
A federal judge gave preliminary approval to the deal that includes an option for owners to have the carmaker buy back their vehicles.
Primus Pacific Partners said Goldman provided bad advice to one of its clients to help the financial fortunes of Najib Razak.
A company spokesman said the company would like to continue production, but can’t because key component makers are pulling out.
Plus: Amazon launches Prime loyalty program in India; and Fiat Chrysler to invest $1.5 billion in Detroit-area plant.
UPMC will co-manage the 200-bed Oncology Institute at the 870-bed Hospital Internacional de Colombia when it opens Thursday.
Too many trauma centers in an area dilutes admissions at any one center, reducing a patient's odds of surviving, the study found.
Michelle Figlar will leave her job in Harrisburg to oversee one of the key grantmaking focus areas recently established at the foundation.
Oil, gas, and coal company struggles with low commodity prices but cuts costs to compensate.
The Pittsburgh steelmaker’s stock hits a 52-week high as investors expect cost cutting and higher prices will brighten its outlook.
Somerset County resort, near the Flight 93 National Memorial, is for sale.
Mayor Bill Peduto said it "will help heal one of Pittsburgh's worst efforts at urban renewal" and help redevelop the Civic Arena site.
The German plastics maker with North American headquarters in Robinson said sales fell by 6.9 percent on lower prices for raw materials.
A deal with a Kentucky company will relieve Consol of environmental liabilities and move it further into oil and gas field.
A Cleveland developer is poised to begin a 364-unit luxury apartment complex on the Strip District riverfront behind the produce terminal.
In 2014, the fitness and training app category grew faster than any other. Today it's still among the fastest growing app categories.
Starbucks shuffles management; Interstate takes bid valuing company at $660 million; and Outerwall to be acquired by Apollo.
Constitution Pipeline is asking regulators for more time to build a natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania's shale fields to New York.
The Pittsburgh specialty metals producer said the loss would have been $11 million larger if not for a one-time tax benefit.
If you haven’t taken advantage of the free upgrade to Windows 10, you’d better get down with it. Microsoft says the deal will expire Friday.
Oil and gas auction houses rise and fall with the market, and this market is a bit different than oil and gas busts in the past.
New Castle area native William Kofalt struggles to make a living behind a mask.