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The Strip District-based company’s Navio system is taking hold in the surgical world.
Uncertainty can exact its own cost as the push for higher wages continues.
State senators are working on competing bills that could be rolled into one.
To keep an eye on political discourse, the Center for American Women and Politics has launched the Presidential Gender Watch 2016 project.
Shareholders often must sift through corporate writing replete with cliches.
University of Virginia professor Ed Hess champions knowing how to relate to customers.
Plus, Don talks about upgrading his website.
Consumer Reports recommends keeping $400 on hand, regardless of the type of bike you own.
New welfare laws in Missouri and Kansas spark debate.
Sorting out who gets what tangible property upon your death can save your family a lot of heartache.
Maher Duessel; Allegheny Conference on Community Development; The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force
Plus: Following proper email protocols is important in the work place.
News from DeVry Education Group; PA Home Care Workers; Healthy PA; Medicaid; PepsiCo; and General Motors.
The university’s U.S.-China Innovation and Entrepreneurship summit is expected to draw more than 500 attendees.
An industry trade group had urged voting members to vote down revisions to the bylaws expanding membership.
Mylan is the target of an unsolicited bid from Israel-based Teva Pharmaceutical, which offered to acquire Mylan for $82 per share.
Service to Indianapolis International Airport will start May 11 and service to Milwaukee May 4, with a daily flight four times a week.
Federated’s first quarter profits disappoint as the investment firm keeps an eye out for acquisition opportunities.
Comcast Corp. dropped its $45.2 billion deal, valued at about $158.82 a share, to buy Time Warner Cable on Friday.
Through May 7, four of the world’s best will play 80,000 total hands against the CMU-designed opponent, Claudico.
Ryan Blumling, 35, pleaded guilty to mail and wire fraud before U.S. District Judge Arthur Schwab.
Reports: Comcast plans to drop $45B Time Warner Cable bid after pushback from regulators.
More news American Eagle exec saw compensation jump in 2014; Ford to lay off 700; Toyota beats VW, GM for top place in global vehicle sales.
The commission plans to charge natural gas and electric suppliers for the additional administrative costs of regulating them.
A surge in open information technology positions leaves the ball in job-seekers’ court in Pittsburgh and elsewhere.
Students from Bethel Park, Brentwood, Canon-McMillan and South Fayette districts discuss technology that permits anonymous gossip and hate.
Former Marines who created a nonprofit to provide relief after a Haiti quake and other disasters are among winners of the 20th Heinz Awards.
At the same time, larger rival Teva Pharmaceutical Industries officially began pursuing the local generic drug giant.
Analysts had expected Federated to report earnings of 37 cents per share on revenue of $222 million.
The issue has caused a ruckus after an industry trade group criticized the Wolf administration for changing the board’s makeup
Per-share earnings rose 10 percent to 22 cents.
The Pittsburgh natural gas company said a drop in commodity prices “more than offset” a 37 percent growth in sales volume from the year-ago
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx visited CMU robotics center and marveled at the technology, but bemoaned the potholes outside.
More news NoWait adds Chili’s to list; Trusst Lingerie named finalist in InnovateHER challenge; Pittsburgh-area housing sees jump.
A collection of historical checks are on display at the bank’s new flagship banking center on Grant Street, Downtown. The exhibit is free.
Review finds Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry did not implement law regarding health care workers, but changes now being made.
The project is one of three ethane crackers under consideration in region to take advantage of NGLs produced in the Marcellus, Utica shales
The bank reports that many have defaulted, have become seriously delinquent or have not been able to keep paying down their balances.
The 425,000-square-foot development would be built on two acres on university-owned land between Carnegie Museums and Junction Hollow.
Bank of New York Mellon this morning reported profits jumped 16 percent in the first quarter as fee income rose.
Discover has launched a new feature that gives people time to look for their cards without having to worry about a thief on a buying spree.
Business, government and environmental leaders discussed everything from high-speed rail to promoting healthy lifestyles.
Scientists have linked earthquakes in Oklahoma and Texas to oil and natural gas extraction operations.
The region's average home price jumped 7.5 percent from $156,579 in the first quarter of 2014 to $168,259 last quarter.
Wabtec reported first-quarter net income of $96.2 million, or 99 cents per share.
The case involved Danella Bray, who was denied a place to live by the McKeesport Housing Authority in February 2013.
News from Redfin; King Penguin; Beynon & Co.; Forbes Allegheny Land; U.S. Steel; Allegheny Technologies; American Eagle; and S&T.
The average roundtrip domestic ticket this summer, including taxes, now stands at $454, down less than a percent from last summer.
An increasing number of women are making and drinking craft beer, and a good long pour of it is made in Michigan.