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Point Park’s Pioneer Records takes students from the recording studio to CD release party in one semester.
Pittsburgh, and other markets, could see changes as Dollar Tree gets ready to shed stores as part of acquisition of Family Dollar.
Pump-and-dump practitioners who used the Matt Damon ’s image to hijack a Pittsburgh-based penny stock didn’t forget to flush.
The GOP-led legislative branch could give the president authority to negotiate the agreements that would receive quick up or down votes.
This installment of the Storefront Project shows how Brereton Street has evolved as markets and shops have closed.
Two million people are working multiple part-time jobs and make up 1.3 percent of the workforce.
Read more about Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business, S&T Bank, WordWrite Communications, Allegheny Health Network
A previous column endorsing power bank charger triggered online retailer Amazon “velocity limits” on the product’s online sales.
Tips for making sure you get the most out of your sessions.
Also, address unwanted work distractions with a superior.
The Obama Administration has backed off its plan to take away the tax breaks on the popular college savings plan.
All told, the Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell 3 percent in January, its worse monthly performance in a year.
Suburban Detroit developer Village Green broke ground Friday on a 264-unit luxury apartment and retail development.
News from PPG, GNC, American Airlines, US Airways, Pom Wonderful, University of Michigan and Campbell Soup.
Pittsburgh may not be a hub again, but it can attract more traffic and could support more nonstop flights, according to Christina Cassotis.
The Cecil-based oil, gas, and coal producer posted decreased earnings Friday.
Pa. farmers devoted 3.8 million acres to crops in 2014, an increase over 2013. Nationally the amount of acres grew from 2013 to 2014.
The BankFind tool can help, but sometimes consumers will have to dig a little deeper.
The move follows a sale the bank’s world headquarters in New York.
The Adjunct Faculty Association says course-load limitations placed on adjuncts mean that their maximum yearly campus income is $12,600.
PPG said it hopes to close the purchase in the second half of the year, pending various approvals.
Read more business news from UPMC, Highmark, El Campesino Restaurante Mexicano, BNY Mellon, Lanxess, WVS Financial, Matthews International.
U.S. Sen. John McCain is advocating for changes to the 95-year-old Merchant Marine Act, calling it “an archaic law.”
Companies are tightening security policies as the damage mounts from the hacking attack on Sony’s computers in November.
Gov. Tom Wolf officially ending plans by the Legislature to raise dollars for the budget this fiscal year through new drilling deals.
Highmark customers who learned of their pregnancies in 2014 will have access to Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC.
PUC’s chairman says the long process to reach the agreement illustrated the need for regulatory reforms at the legislative level.
The bank occupies about two-thirds of the 42-story, 943,000-square-foot Downtown building.
Ian Stewart, CEO of treasury services at the bank’s New York headquarters, will become chairman of BNY Mellon Pennsylvania in March.
The pilot offered entertainment perks to Comcast customers in the Pittsburgh area who switched their electric supplier.
“It’s clear we have some immediate work to do to deliver better performance,” new president and CEO Don Nolan said in a press release.
The 2.5i Limited is more fun than it first appears — and still practical.
The labor relations board says the hospital chain violated workers’ rights.
The Pennsylvania PUC is imposing a new rule that allows taxis it regulates to be as old as 10 years, but limits mileage at 350,000.
Julie Brill addressed a crowd of software engineers, data scientists and aspiring tech professionals during Data Privacy Day.
Read more business news from AlphaLab, First Commonwealth Financial, TriState Capital Holdings, Universal Stainless, Black Box
Since the mid-January closing of Bottom Dollar, McKees Rocks leaders worry about “walkable” access to a supermarket.
The Pittsburgh-based company cites savings from its Carnegie Way efficiency projects.
City planning approved plans by Station Square owner Forest City Enterprises to build 300 apartments on the east side of the complex.
In the last legislative session, a bill to add LGBT protections to the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act attracted 90 House sponsors.
Pittsburgh is a low-cost market when it comes to knee and hip replacements, according to a new Blue Cross Blue Shield survey.
Black Box president Michael McAndrew said the results show the company’s products and services remain strong and it will focus on profits.
The state agency said it has been underestimating the radioactivity in frack fluid sludges for the past several years.
Moira Brennen’s due date is Saturday, and she still doesn’t know for sure if her delivery at Magee will be in-network or out-of-network.
Continental Real Estate Cos. pitched a plan to the city today to build 200 to 300 apartments on land adjacent to the Hyatt Place hotel.
His administration’s politically fraught plan also imposed new restrictions on environmentally fragile waters off northern Alaska.
The decision by two administrative law judges leaves open the chance that the PUC’s enforcement bureau could subpoena another Uber official.
Net income for the period totaled $1.7 million vs. a loss of $2.9 million in the year-ago quarter.
Final approval by Pittsburgh City Council next week would allow the Penguins to move ahead with a $440 million project.
Wolf plans to reinstate a moratorium on leasing new oil and gas wells in the state’s forests and parks, thus fulfilling a campaign pledge.