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PPG hopes to further grow its retail paint network in region with acquisition of Greensburg-based Westmoreland Supply’s 12 stores.
Assets International is among companies founded to help people discover unclaimed assets and transition to life with them.
Rising food prices hurt satisfaction scores, but the ketchup maker maintained its position at the top of the manufacturing rankings.
The Appalachia Partnership Initiative will focus on boosting students’ science, technology, engineering and math skills.
The Community Blue Medicare Advantage excludes members from in-network access to UPMC.
Also, Apple and Google are moving to protect users’ data from law enforcement.
Businesses should consider insurance and political unrest when considering whether to send employees overseas.
The move from a 5 percent down payment could increase the ability of creditworthy but cash-strapped consumers to become homeowners.
AbbVie pulled its support for the deal in the wake of proposed changes to U.S. rules governing such transactions.
Also: EveryChild names new executive director; WTO rejects country-of-origin labels for meat; Grove City-based company lays off workers.
Despite their much-touted benefits, pipelines that carry water to replace trucks haven’t caught on in Marcellus fracking.
The effect of falling oil prices on U.S. shale producers remains to be seen — but an impact, if any, is going to be on a play-by-play basis
Energy companies argue that the DEP’s interpretation of the Clean Streams Law allows state regulators to pad fine totals.
FirstEnergy Solutions is informing customers that it doesn’t want to renew contracts. But it will impose a $25 if customers leave first.
The Moon-based company has been hit with a lawsuit by the EEOC, which charges that the company failed to accommodate deaf workers.
The state’s oft-cited shale gas air pollution studies do not include data on some pollutants, according to depositions from DEP employees.
The site on McFarland Road will be known as The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh, and will allow for the relocation of Koolkat Designs.
The Wednesday hearing in Harrisburg is based on the state’s contention that the Highmark plan violates a state-brokered consent decree.
Most of Westmoreland Supply’s 40-plus employees will likely work for PPG when the sale closes, PPG said.
The optimism follows on the heels of Mr. Modi’s Saturday move to scrap controls on diesel prices and increase natural gas tariffs.
Energy companies are increasingly seeking out private firms to provide weather prediction models to inform their decision-making
The Steelers are king in Pittsburgh. But many bars in the area are paying small fortunes for the ability to broadcast other NFL games.
Such programs can be a tool in creating a more diverse pool of qualified candidates for jobs and in making a community attractive to talent.
The steady rains that helped the vegetables made cutting and baling hay for livestock tough.
Marcy Johnson credits government programs for helping to get her Hampton engineering firm off the ground and into the dirt.
Need a job? There seems to be a good market for corporate makeover artists.
Four star fennel, Building boom and Pushed out of the nest
Carrie Ann Quintana was recognized by the Steelers and the NFL for her work in the Hispanic community.
Regardless of price, the OontZ XL and OontZ Angle speakers are fully competitive, if not outright better most of the time than competitors.
A greater percentage of people 60 or older have student loans and the average amount of loans has increased to $27,168 from $14,696 in 2005.
It’s been five years since the Great Recession, but people with disabilities who want to work have yet to recover from the downturn.
People on the Move in Pittsburgh’s business scene
McCandless-based Tri Rivers Surgical Associates has 21 doctors, more than 200 employees and nine outpatient surgical sites.
The Dow Jones industrial average soared more than 250 points, capping off one of the more eventful weeks on Wall Street in years.
Pennsylvania’s economic recovery is slower than the rest of the nation.
The for-profit education company has not seen profits in the last three years.
Also: Huntington Bank announces SBA loans milestone; BNY Mellon profit rises 11% as Trian seeks to boost shares.
But legal challenges could stall the roll-out.
The mall’s renovation is an obvious example of the intense pre-season efforts going on at retail operations around the country.
Almost overnight, it seems, developers are stepping forward with bold proposals for big, new office projects in or near Downtown.
Will ER visits among Pennsylvania’s poor rise or drop once they enroll in the “Healthy PA” Medicaid subsidy program? The answer: both.
The idea of turning one’s home over to strangers, made possible by Airbnb, an online marketplace for vacation rentals, is catching on.
Most notably, the supermarket chain says its labeling system for produce and flowers will prohibit the use of several common pesticides.
Mattel reported Thursday that Barbie sales fell 21 percent for the three months ended Sept. 30.
AbbVie’s board is telling shareholders vote against its own $55 billion takeover bid for the Irish drugmaker Shire.
Also: Pittsburgh Mills mall to lose Sears store and auto center; Consol center concessionaire launches mobile payment plans.
The $100 million Chicago Market Expansion Project is expected to be in service in 2016
The local for profit education provider saw its losses rise by 172 percent.
Unemployment declines slightly even as employers cut jobs.
The bank’s profit of $1.07 billion, or 93 cents per share, is up from $962 million during the same quarter a year earlier.