Are the ”big three” tuna companies working together to keep the price tag on tuna artificially high?
If all the pages are stamped or have visas on them before your passport expires, tough luck. You’ll have to get a new one.
The four biggest domestic carriers earned $22 billion in profits last year, a stunning turnaround after a decade of losses, and cutbacks.
UPMC wants to build a 300,000-square-foot hospital off Route 51, but the land use ordinance does not include provision for a hospital.
Some who make too much to qualify for health insurance subsidy say the Affordable Care Act is increasingly unaffordable for them.
The company pulled its listings from the site due to inaccurate and outdated information used to calculate home values in region.
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 151,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate was at 4.9 percent.
Commissioner Andrew Kuzma said he is surprised by the size of resident opposition to the plant.
An Allegheny County judge signed an order Jan. 20 discharging Judith Fitzgerald and terminating the case.
The new deal, approved by the commission’s board on Tuesday, grants workers pay increases of $1.50 an hour over three years and $500 bonus.
Valentine’s Day and cars go together in Pittsburgh like peanut butter and jelly, like horsepower and torque.
The release of declassified UFO reports concides with reboot of “The X-Files”; Smithsonian Earth delivers an HD viewing experience.
With the closing of the Pittsburgh Public Market near, two popular beverage vendors have secured new locations to keep their taps flowing.
The product label for the fillets, which contain soy, omitted it as a potential allergen.
Developer of South Fayette brownfield site is partnering with a Texas company to identify retailers for the project.
Neither football team in the game is actually from those cities, but presumably they have displaced fans there and UberRush operates there.
U.K. company could hire dozens for office in Oakland; Hasbro, Mattel said to have held talks on possible merger
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During a Carnegie Science Center program that encouraged girls to pursue science and math, Bill Yosses whipped up healthy chocolate mousse.
As Kennametal reviews options in Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Charlotte, FNB Corp. and Michael Baker both look Downtown for more office space.
The organization rolled out a new name and logo and plans to add another food pantry and garden as way to reach poor in South Hills towns.
State auditor general says audit reveals depth of long-term staffing problems at the Westmoreland County hospital.
Any employee from the CEO on down may nominate a company. The deadline for nominations is Feb. 19.
The appointment of new CEO Ronald DeFeo comes a day after Kennametal reported a narrower second fiscal quarter loss of $169.2 million.
Low oil and gas prices weigh on Downtown-based shale driller.
Musicians turn to crowdfunding and other creative methods to release new music.
Wigle is behind the upcoming cidery and meadery, which will open near its Spring Garden Whiskey Garden and Barrelhouse.
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The Kitchen has been scouting potential locations in Pittsburgh. The chain emphasizes community and locally sourced ingredients.
The company cited weaker demand, the strong dollar, and the divestiture of non-core businesses.
Pennsylvania’s environmental rule-making body approved major revisions to oil and gas regulations following a heated three-hour meeting.
Amazon in November opened its first book store in Seattle, revealing brick-and-mortar ambitions for the e-commerce giant.
Yahoo to cut 1,700 workers as CEO tries to save her own job; and Toyota reaches $20 million accord in discriminatory-lending probe.
Even as Pennsylvania’s jobless rate has dropped, workers employed on seasonal jobs cannot collect unemployment pay.
About 2,700 fewer people were counted as out of work, while about 6,600 more people were counted as employed, according to the report.
The Robinson zinc producer filed a Chapter 11 petition in federal bankruptcy court in Wilmington, Del.
Seven-hospital system recorded a $3.94 million operating loss in last quarter, besting a $10.1 million projected loss.
Blank Rome LLP will occupy 16,000 square feet on the eighth floor of the 11-story Grant Street landmark.
UPMC alleges its rival’s 'feckless strategy' has led to inflated claims about money set aside to pay claims. Highmark stands by its numbers.
The Texas-based oil and gas driller will be cutting jobs at its Cecil and Chartiers locations, in addition to other offices.
A spokesman for the governor’s office said the action was necessary because of the state’s ongoing budget problems.
Type 2 diabetes is making a deep dent in Pittsburgh employers’ bottom line.
The U.S. Department of Energy is providing $1.25 million for the companies to collaborate on prototype tires using a PPG silica product.
The board’s adoption would give other informal guidelines some ”regulating authority, some regulatory teeth.”
The Software Engineering Institute helps businesses, academia and law enforcement prepare for attacks from within an organization.
Alcoa names directors to board to win support of investor; United Concordia wins contract for military dental program
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The power utility last year expanded and upgraded its infrastructure across its 24-county footprint.
Underground coal mines will ramp up testing for dust that causes breathing problems and leads to black lung disease under new federal rule
A recent ordinance bans storing, disposing of, handling, treating and processing natural gas or oil waste within the county's borders.
Smart meters can help manage power use with greater precision — and it’s also the thing that can make them seem creepy.
Shipments of coal and energy products have fallen off a cliff this year as warm weather depresses demand and commodity prices remain low.