The restaurant will not be anchoring the North Shore Place I and II developed by Continental Real Estate Cos. next to Stage AE.
Blu Salt handbags are made of organic, sustainable materials and founder Rohini Shah is determined to grow a socially responsible business.
Nearly 30 percent of the 137 cases filed by federal prosecutors since the federal trade secrets law was enacted in 1996 have involved China.
The law exempts federal and state employees, independent contractors, construction workers covered by collective bargaining.
Wabtec acquires Australian sensor systems firm’s assets; FTC extends review of Staples-Office Depot deal
More news from Google and Dell.
NOAA anticipates a warmer winter than the last in the Northeast, but that prediction is haunted by polar votex of the past two years.
The Atlanta-based package delivery company said last week it is exploring strategies to reduce its environmental footprint.
State auditors raised safety and financial concerns with the Pittsburgh electric utility’s level of overtime.
A new wave of lawsuits is targeting companies whose websites do not accommodate people with disabilities.
Australia-based Track IQ reports annual sales of about $15 million.
Pittsburgh gas prices showed little change in the last week, though analysts expect a long decline to continue this autumn.
Deaton, 69, was born in Edinburgh but now works at Princeton in New Jersey. He holds both U.S. and British citizenship.
Peters will spend $29,000 on a study to determine how close is too close between fracking operations and residents.
The law deals with permitted mine discharges that meet environmental standards, but doesn’t address the legacy of abandoned coal mines.
Mayor Bill Peduto said Verizon was to have provided its Fios fiber-optic Internet, television and phone service to the entire city by now.
How Robert Murray, CEO of Murray Energy, takes on the government and the media, both of which have the power to ruin his business, he says.
A tight year for Medicare could force millions of seniors to pay at least $650 more for the public insurance in 2016.
The industry movement is targeted at millennials who are looking to invest smaller amounts of money.
Robot makers say their creations create jobs. But others worry the labor-saving devices will widen the gap between the haves and have-nots.
Sites like TheLayoff.com present a new challenge to a business manager’s most private and sensitive tasks.
TV speakers come in many forms, from simple stereo soundbars to high-end soundbase systems with built-in powered subwoofers.
The move is aimed at boosting security as most of the industry still favors signatures.
The decision came from fears that the information would then be vulnerable to hackers.
Dorel Juvenile Group is recalling Safety 1st Wood Décor highchairs because a child can remove the highchair’s tray, posing a fall hazard.
The race to the moon is heating up, but Pittsburgh’s entry, Astrobotic, thinks the competition helps them.
Horovitz, Rudoy and Roteman LLC, First National Bank, Watson Institute and the Thomas Jefferson University Sidney Kimmel Medical College.
Assistant is phenomenal but staff sees her as condescending and disrespectful which makes for an unhappy office environment.
Gas drilling revenue lets airport authority lower its rates.
A decision this week by the European Union’s top court about data privacy will have a strong impact on commerce between U.S. and Europe.
Axion Power Chairman Donald Farley called the collapse of the Chinese licensing deal “deeply disappointing.”
The redevelopment of Federal-North -- more than 20 years in the making -- has been stagnant on that corner in the past year.
CMU director receives Athena Award; K&L Gates, Pitt School of Law establish diversity fellowship; Mitsubishi Electric names Brunner as agency of record
News from the Greater Pittsburgh Athena Awards, K&L Gates, University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Downtown advertising agency Brunner
While all the empty buildings hold the promise of redevelopment, officials say it might take a year or more before that happens.
The Homestead restaurant company is flush with cash after selling its hospitality division and has new venues planned.
President Barack Obama signed a law Wednesday redefining what constitutes a “small employer,” and how employees must get health insurance.
James Gill, the airport's COO, said about $10 million in projected drilling revenue will be earmarked toward the reduction.
Investigators from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded on-site reviews of the infection “cluster” this week.
The city’s stadium authority board agreed to give Continental Real Estate Companies until Nov. 30 to purchase the land for the complex.
AGs settle with website that sold language course CDs; First Niagara donates to school mentoring program
More news from Apartments, more parking set for Downtown building; Holiday sales; Netflix; and Apollo Global.
Kimbal Musk reaped millions from selling a company he ran with older brother Elon. Then he found his passion in funding school gardens.
Age appears to be a determining factor in what sacrifices parents and grandparents are willing to make for college-age family members.
Seniors at risk of facing higher Medicare costs next year would avoid the increases under Senate legislation, the senator said.
In addition, Macy's will transfer the rights to the Tic Toc and Arcade Bakery trademarks to the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority.
2016 Scion iM and iA: A little something new.
PennEnvironment executive director David Masur said today that the company only recently offered to discuss the violations.
The parties plan to spend $640 million over the next six years building out a network of gas and water pipelines to develop the Utica Shale.
More news from Shell; Zeke’s Coffee Roasters; St. Louis taxi files suit to block Uber; Northern Pa. glass; U.S. consumer; and AB InBev.
Astrobotic gets another customer to take in its race to the moon as competition heats up.
Highmark and other health insurers may wait years for government assistance promised under the Affordable Care Act.
Mayor Bill Peduto joined security guards and union officials in praising the contract that supports close to 1,000 security officers.