The share of higher-wage jobs for workers without a four-year college degree has shrunk, although Pittsburgh ranks higher than many cities.
“What you have in Pittsburgh is rare,” said the director of survey research and communication for the National Association of Realtors.
Women’s Center & Shelter aims to raise the money for facility renovations including more beds, open spaces and beefed up security.
Researchers at the University of Missouri found even 10-minute jaunts can help offset reduced blood flow caused by sitting.
Len Boselovic's Heard Off the Street: Fed-driven low interest rates pushed crowds of seniors to risky alternatives
Perpetually low interest rates raise the question of how much trouble yield-seeking investors can get themselves into.
There is definitely something to be said for the image quality and visual characteristics of film.
People on the Move: Sisterson & Co. LLP, Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP, Pennsylvania Bankers Association and Northwest Bank
Help. I am trapped in my job because of a lying supervisor.
Microchips in credit cards -- which have been in use overseas for years -- are designed to prevent hacking of accounts.
Highmark Health officials acknowledge that it’s a forecast that comes with a $50 million asterisk.
The hospital said it had tripled volumes of kidney transplants since Sept. 21, when two UPMC hospitals suspended transplant operations.
Consumers might delight in the ease of front-door delivery for a mattress, trampoline or gym equipment. FedEx Corp., now handling an
The economy added just 142,000 jobs last month, depressed by job cuts by manufacturers and oil drillers.
Agriculture department awards funds to 2 groups in region, Life’s Work of W.Pa. names interim president/CEO
Two regional organizations received a share of nearly $35 million awarded by U.S. Department of Agriculture to support local food systems.
The furrier owned by Keith Rosenstock is preparing to close up shop on its 97th anniversary this January.
ConAgra Foods Inc. said Thursday that it’s planning to move its headquarters to Chicago from Warren Buffett’s hometown of Omaha, Neb.
All told, the proportion of Americans who either have a job or are looking for one fell to a 38-year low.
Report to state notes volatility in Pittsburgh market, but details plans to turn health system around.
Strong hiring would likely raise expectations that the Federal Reserve will increase its benchmark interest rate at its next meeting.
Bayer delays stock offering for Covestro; EDMC lays off 115 people at several Art Institute campuses; PNC survey: More small businesses hiring
Plus news on Allegheny Technologies, Duquesne Light Co., PPG and Public Utility Commission action
Only 3 percent of the state’s 63,000 family farms qualify for the designation of Century Farm or Bicentennial Farm.
Consumers can be confused or even misled when unit-price labels are inconsistent or unclear. And that's often the case.
PNC CEO William Demchak described the building as the "crown jewel" of the bank's green development efforts.
William Demchak also says the acquisition of the bank by a rival is unlikely.
Western Pennsylvania’s largest health insurer will cut premiums next year for seven of nine Medicare Advantage plans in the region.
Scott Sturgis' Driver's Seat: Infiniti’s QX70 a sporty performer, but interior space is at a premium
The sporty crossover performs well, but doesn’t leave a lot of room in the back.
A report calculates between 20,713 and 80,279 net job-years would be created by 2030, even considering the worst-case decline of coal.
The Pittsburgh for-profit education company confirmed that positions at “several” Art Institutes had been terminated.
The defective component, part of a shear that cuts metal, was discovered in May.
Their partnership will begin with a $7.5 million investment from the company to start an analytics lab.
Bayer also lowered the price range of the shares which were scheduled to begin trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Friday.
Milestone day in transition for credit, debit cards in U.S.; Development at former Saks site will have about 100 apartments
More news from Pa. Senate; North Side’s Peanutz Bar & Grill; and Target.
The hotel will have a series of wall-mounted medallion-like images added to a blank wall on its property.
Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller will hold a public hearing in Harrisburg on what the department terms “surprise” balance billing.
Nonprofits are using the Medicaid expansion to enroll uninsured veterans in health coverage, hoping to prevent medical debts and poverty.
PNC Capital Markets must pay $500K in settlement agreement with federal securities regulators.
The survey says 35 percent of all vehicles built in 2015 were white and consumers selected more white vehicles than any other shade.
Plan for 350 Oliver includes a parking garage, retail space and eventually apartments at Fifth Avenue site.
Greene County resident Andrew Place, who also worked with Center for Sustainable Shale Development, is to be sworn in tomorrow.
The mayor was asked to speak at the two-day USA Pavilion Innovation Summit at Expo Milano 2015.
After the anticipated rejection of the national labor agreement between the United Auto Workers and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, leaders from
The program will begin with a free, four-week professional writing workshop in Bakery Square.
The bond was made available by the Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund.
News from PPG Industries; Dick’s Sporting Goods; Chelsea Collective; Chesapeake Energy Corp.; and Tesla Motors.
A new electronic network aims to connect and track military veterans services online so those who need help don’t get lost in referrals.
The bank continues its hold on deposits in the region, even as the Pittsburgh-based financial institution saw its market share slip.
Following employment trends in the state, Pittsburgh-area employers dropped 8,500 people from their payrolls in August.
As it separates from Bayer, Covestro commits to regional philanthropy and funds new institute at Robert Morris to promote volunteerism.
The new owner plans to retain the two tenants; Smithfield News has been there for over 40 years and the adult bookstore for more than 20.