The House this week toyed with measures to legalize online gambling and permit 24-hour liquor sales at casinos.
Fans flocked to Pittsburgh-area stores and pulled out their wallets for the Eastern Conference champions in the National Hockey League.
Documents detailing recalls by Honda, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, Ferrari and Mitsubishi were posted.
Joyce Bender, an advocate for workers with disabilities, spent a week with South Korean disability advocates.
Striking Verizon employees may be back to work next week after the company and unions reached an agreement in principle for a new contract.
"The economy is continuing to improve ... growth looks to be picking up," Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.
Lawrenceville robotics firm inks $3.3 million deal; Steelers fans to pay more for North Shore parking
Plus: Drugmaker Mylan; U.S. factories; Gawker Media Inc.; Microsoft Corp. and Facebook Inc.; and Amazon to battle Google.
Most consumers, even those who use the technology, worry about the safety of mobile payments, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts’ study.
This improved American classic is a mid-size contender, as long as you don’t feel the need to shift or hear a top-notch sound system.
Return on equity is seen as a way to measure how well management invests earnings and capital provided by shareholders.
Ampco-Pittsburgh, First Niagara and Black Box went from losing money last year to turning a profit.
Combining the old H.J. Heinz Co. with Kraft Foods in July propelled Kraft Heinz to the top via a chart-topping 68 percent jump in revenue.
The merger brought together ketchup and mac and cheese, helping the new food giant top the list ranking companies by revenue change.
The telecommunications giant is the region’s top-performing company for the fourth straight year.
Transformation means never having to say you’re sorry.
In a year when the stock market turned in a subpar performance, bank stocks were the Pittsburgh region’s top performers.
A shrinking stock price didn’t prevent the communications giant from topping the list of the Pittsburgh region’s largest public companies.
No asking price is yet listed for the 529,289-square-foot building, adn 480-space underground parking garage.
The ride-share company was fined $11.4 million last month for defying the Public Utility Commission for several months in 2014.
U.S. Steel accuses Chinese steel producers of stealing trade secrets, conspiring to fix prices and evading import duties.
Karla Boos is the artistic director and founder of Quantum Theatre, a company performing innovative works in unconventional spaces.
Rally House, a national sports retailer, plans to open in a space in the West General Robinson Street parking garage this fall.
Federal appeals court says Giant Eagle can deduct Advantage Card rewards shoppers accumulate but haven’t yet redeemed.
Plus: Ford recalls 271,000 pickups to fix brake fluid leak
The company best recognized for its castle-like headquarters Downtown wants consumers to connect its corporate name with paints and stains.
While Pittsburgh-area hospitals reported modest-but-generally positive operating margins, the picture is more grim beyond Downtown.
Launched on Jan. 1, the company arranges three-day weekend trips to surprise destinations in the U.S.
Dedication to homegrown food helped make The Porch one of the first to get a platinum designation from Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants.
The state Liquor Control Board’s move is the latest step in loosening the hold on beer sales by bars and beer distributors.
A federal health agency analyzed four-year-old data collected during a high-profile groundwater investigation in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Move allows airline to use automated baggage system underused since US Airways eliminated its Pittsburgh hub in 2004.
Grid operator PJM Interconnection announced plants will receive 39 percent less for generating capacity they promise to make available.
By October, the state Department of Insurance will decide rates insurers can charge people who buy policies in the government marketplace.
Downtown’s Hong Kong Express 2 and Mullin’s Diner on the North Side were named in consumer alerts.
Jim McQuade will follow Robert P. Oeler as chief executive.
Cuban business owners and economic experts said they were hopeful the overhaul would remove a major obstacle to private business growth.
The Nashville-based restaurant, bar and live music venue will take a high-profile spot on North Shore Drive.
Deadlocked Federal Election Commission drops investigation into allegations of coal magnate's campaign finance violations.
Plus: Zika products; Kraft Heinz; La Nova Pizzeria; and Mylan.
5 Generations Bakers hopes to double production time from 60 hours per week to 120, and in three years, double the staff to 100.
Twitter changes include eased character count restrictions and simpler ways to add media to tweets.
Why did many mutual fund investors this year get a tax bill for mutual funds they owned that may not have even earned any money last year?
By sponsoring a greater number of smaller events, larger brands can reach the same audience without competing to sponsor a mega-event.
For the past five years, CrossFit South Side has moved twice to a bigger location in order to increase its membership and class size.
Tamiah Bridgett, a licensed cosmetologist from Wilkinsburg, is working on a hair dryer designed for those with curly or textured hair.
A man has been arrested in the death of a coal company executive who was shot at a West Virginia cemetery where his wife is buried.
The 86-year-old was awarded more than $2 million in damages for her 2011 fall at Providence Care Center.
The fast casual salad and burger restaurant will open locations at the Siena at St. Clair and at the Village at Pine developments.
Health code violations were fixed, county health department says.
Eddie V’s, a Texas-based chain, has signed a lease for space in the Union Trust Building’s corner spot at Grant Street and Fifth Avenue.