Starting in June, Pittsburgh International Airport will offer as many flights to Iceland as it does to Los Angeles or San Francisco.
The Oaklander Hotel will have 167 rooms and is being built on land owned by the Pittsburgh Athletic Association.
In a refreshing change, Google says that in 2018, it will end nonskippable 30-second ads that appear before a YouTube video.
Three big projects, including a new line from Penn Hills to Plum, are in the works at the Downtown-based electric utility.
More than half of Generation Z — those born in the mid-1990s and later — prefer shopping in stores than online or through retail apps.
Government officials have told Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters at an encampment in North Dakota that they have to leave
Environmental groups, anti-drilling residents fear regulators want to lift a moratorium on natural gas development near the Delaware River
Average pump prices in the Pittsburgh region sit around $2.55 a gallon this morning, but price increase is likely on the way.
The plastics and chemicals producer with North American base in Robinson said it benefited from higher prices and lower raw material costs.
Uber’s chief executive ordered an urgent investigation Monday into a sexual harassment claim made by a female engineer.
The sales jump appears to be driven in part by a backlash to the Grab Your Wallet campaign.
With 900 members, Westinghouse SURE is working to give back to the community and stay relevant while doing it.
One company that was asked about possible business activities in the two countries was Cecil-based Ansys, which makes simulation software.
The Craft Business Accelerator works to connect skilled craftspeople and makers with developers and businesses that can use their wares.
The rankings produce a good list of Pittsburgh-area organizations that potential employees should consider working for.
The gas boom has brought with it more pipelines and more pipeline cases of eminent domain.
Officials say services would still be provided elsewhere, but a lawmaker asks for a hearing to assess “details of a plan.”
News from Marc USA, MacLachlan, Cornelius & Filoni Architects & Planners and the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association.
You can spend several thousand dollars per meter on speaker wire, but it has been proven repeatedly that it does not improve sound quality.
Despite the rejection, analysts say Kraft Heinz, co-headquartered in Pittsburgh and Chicago, is in the market for acquisitions.
Molly’s Trolleys and Just Ducky Tours see their business grow as Pittsburgh’s Downtown life improves.
Ford’s $1 billion investment in autonomous technology in Pittsburgh escalates the war for a new class of engineers in Pittsburgh.
The White House budget office has drafted a list of programs that President Donald Trump could eliminate to trim domestic spending.
Could Ford or Uber make a landing at the airport? The airport authority wants to be ready if either they or others call.
Southwest lawsuit claims union workers avoiding overtime; Wells Fargo customers avoid bank amid accounts scandal
News from Southwest Airlines Co., Wells Fargo, General Motors, PSA Group, and Aetna
Noah Zunic of Allison Park tries out the Ford Sim2, which simulates the experience of driving a race car.
Consol announced layoffs last week and blamed an environmental ruling. Those miners could be back at work by the end of the month.
Unilever rejected a $143 billion offer from Kraft Heinz, saying it "fundamentally undervalues" the Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant.
Hilcorp Energy’s fracking operations in Lawrence County now must comply with extra monitoring requirements and operational restrictions.
Army ends further environmental study of the Dakota Access pipeline's disputed crossing beneath a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota.
A new supercomputer in Wyoming has begun critical climate-change research with support from even some global warming doubters
Authorities say the man is accused in a plot to blow up several Target stores in an attempt to acquire cheap stock.
The 5,800-word letter he posted publicly comes close to a political statement by a chief executive of a global company.
Where manufacturers now use any of 10 separate label phrases, they’ll now be encouraged to use only two: “Use By” and “Best if Used By.”
PNC is spending millions of dollars to totally remake 24 of the 29 floors in One PNC Plaza, which opened in 1971.
If you are tempted to apply for a card that offers a teaser rate, read the fine print so that you know how much the rate could rise.
McKeesport’s planning commission meets today to discuss the project that PurePenn LLC is proposing for RIDC property.
Ten finalists have advanced in the UpPrize competition which awards money to organizations that find solutions to assist the region’s needy.
Changing a filter can get pushed to the bottom of a jammed to-do list. This can result in costly and unhealthy consequences.
Giant Eagle has expressed interest in building a Getgo on the property behind Edgewood Towne Centre.
Interim CEO says vitamin and supplement retailer's business model 'fundatmentally transformed.'
Pennsylvania regulators say the the low-magnitude quakes appear to be linked to Hilcorp Energy’s fracking activities.
The thimble was rejected in a campaign to determine the tokens for the next generation of the game
Britax recalls more than 700,000 strollers because faulty mount poses a hazard
An inspector turned up more than a dozen serious health code violations including a mouse infestation.
A UPMC official said Microsoft and UPMC share a vision to reduce physicians’ electronic paperwork burden.
The acquisition gives M&J Wilkow side-by-side skyscrapers overlooking the Monongahela River.
Plus no-frills grocer expands Trian takes stake in P&G
Lower construction, overhead costs attract health care systems to micro-hospital concept.
FirstEnergy said it is shutting down two units at Bruce Mansfield Power Station, a coal-fired power plant in Beaver County.