The Appalachian coal giant is the latest to bankruptcy in a crowded field.
Alan Krueger’s curve shows that countries with low levels of inequality have some of the highest levels of mobility and vice versa.
The law allows workers at businesses that employ 15 or more people to accrue one hour of paid sick leave for every 35 hours.
There have been at least 63 shootings, eight fatal, in New York resulting from toy guns mistaken for real weapons since 1994, officials say.
The devices log vast amounts of data, tracking number of calories burned, heart rate and sleep patterns among other information.
The kid-size hitchBOT set out to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada in 26 days last year and parts of Europe.
Pittsburgh-area pump prices have been on a steady decline for the last month.
Once energetic and cacophonous, the second floor of 34 Boulevard of the Allies is now abandoned, silent but for faint echoes of the past.
A survey conducted by WorkPlace Impact looked into the habits of working women.
When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, great detective work can make or break a deal.
People on the Move, organizations and career paths.
Don’t expect the region’s health insurance giants to join the wave of merger agreements sweeping the industry this summer.
Bankruptcy is an option, but often only a temporary fix for people facing large monthly bills.
Founded in 2008, Astrobotic teamed with CMU in the $20 million XPRIZE race to be the first private organization to send a rover to the moon
Will it take a federally mandated cybersecurity policy to force change or can court-ordered financial penalties help?
Looking for a good quality shelf stereo? Read Don Lindich’s advice.
The night lights were sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide and Target.com from October 2014 through May 2015 for about $15.
One of our co-workers acts as though he could snap at any moment. What should I do?
How two struggling industries are helping each other through energy’s downturn.
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Sponsors of UpPrize are BNY Mellon, the BNY Mellon Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania, and The Forbes Funds.
The Polish Hill Civic Association will close its office as a result of funding cuts that also affect several other city neighborhoods.
The company’s handling of contracts to build schools and a fire station after Hurricane Katrina is under scrutiny.
Organizers with labor unions and other groups vowed to lobby again to dismantle commercial insurers.
Scores packed a City Council hearing to voice support for measure that would require businesses to provide paid sick leave to employees.
The changes are similar to those made at merge partner Heinz after 3G Capital took over the company.
Peoples Natural Gas customers to get refunds; StarKist settlement details due in September; Randy Forister leaves airport authority
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Last year, United States law enforcement agencies shut down 29,684 websites that were illegally selling counterfeit merchandise online.
United Steelworkers union objects to Pittsburgh company’s plan to require workers to pay for a portion of their healthcare coverage.
The shift away from coal is palpable at the Cambria County Association for the Blind & Handicapped, which is betting big on solar.
The fare increase would have been Yellow Cab's first since 2008, according to the PUC filing.
State and local consumer protection agencies published a report showing the scope of the problem.
The stadium authority approved an extension giving Continental Real Estate until Oct. 15 to buy land needed for the proposed development.
The Volkswagen Golf SportsWagen, the Subaru Outback and the Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring bring different strengths to the table.
The agreement under consideration would assign names, branding and intellectual property rights of the restaurant and bakery to the city.
The senator’s office said only one inspector is assigned to 919 train bridges in Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh vitamin and health supplements retailer says it plans to shift more stores to franchises.
Ms. McMahon and WWE became involved with Children's Hospital after meeting 8-year-old Connor Michalek, a Hampton child battling a rare
The Akron-based energy company posted second quarter earnings, showing improvement in earnings on flat revenue.
Adjusted earnings for the quarter totaled 46 cents per share vs. analyst estimates of 44 cents per share.
People Natural Gas’ Equitable division will refund customers about $14 each after it accidentally collected more than its legal limit.
Huntington Bank notes rise in back-to-school costs; Ampco-Pittsburgh buys Ohio company; Mylan wins regulatory clearance for Perrigo
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A songbook found at Pitt shows that “Happy Birthday” isn’t copyrighted, lawyers say, calling it the “smoking gun” in a long legal dispute.
Starting in mid-September, Best Buy will become the exclusive in-store and online distributor for 360fly cameras.
With 16 PPG Paints stores and a new brand campaign, the coatings giant wants to seal its position as the hometown paint supplier.
Among the requests to the PUC are surcharges of up to $8 per trip on Friday and Saturday nights.
Slumping prices and shipments and one-time charges produced a second quarter loss of $261 million for the Pittsburgh steel producer.
Coinciding with the PUC’s policies, supply companies in recent years have grown in number and expanded their offerings.
About 650 jobs will be lost with the closure, part of the airline’s merger with American Airlines.
“Our current backlog points to a challenging third quarter,” chairman, president and CEO Dennis Oates said in a statement.