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The outreach campaign continues for the uninsured Americans, and Pennsylvanians, eligible for health insurance subsidies ahead of Nov. 15.
The nation’s retail industry is in the process of making itself over to better cozy up to smartphones and other digital devices.
The high demand for workers this holiday season is not driving up wages.
For the 2016 lottery, which is now open for applications, 50,000 diversity visas are available.
Pennsylvania Act 43 of 2005 resurrected the sleeping and old filial support laws in our state.
A preview of what buying will be like in the future
CCAC North Side campus president Donna L. Imhoff: “You don’t have to be tough as nails.”
Diversity Business Resource Center makes a real difference for business owners.
It is not the quantity of interactions but information control that affects multiethnic group productivity.
UberX has been available in Pittsburgh since March, but just rolled into Philadelphia this weekend.
EDMC to delist its stock from Nasdaq
Highmark and UPMC are bypassing physicians and contacting patients directly to keep them in their networks.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 127.51 points, or 0.8 percent, to 16,805.41.
The company uses the same technology behind 3-D printing that “prints” fuel cells faster and cheaper
The Forbes Hotel, the working name for the new project, is being started amid a hotel boom Downtown.
Anchor & Anvil Coffee Bar in Ben Avon continues a tradition as the centerpiece of the community.
First Niagara is the fifth largest retail bank in the Pittsburgh region behind PNC, Citizens, FNB and Dollar.
The stakes are even higher for divorcing couples after the children have left the nest and retirement looms.
EDMC had reported a loss of $664 million in fiscal 2014, a drop driven in part by a drop in enrollment at 110 campuses around the country.
Richard Broadbent resigned amid an accounting scandal in which the company admitted it had overstated projected its profits.
There’s a strict set of standards for organic foods. But the rules are looser for personal care items, cleaners and textiles.
Also: Pittsburgh construction contracts drop; Comcast revenues up; Brazilians raise offer for Chiquita; U.S. economy posts gain.
The groups said they plan to protest outside Heinz Field on Sunday before Baker Hughes CEO Martin Craighead delivers a $100,000 check.
PNC survey finds women business owners aren’t likely to hire more workers in near term and could rely on technology to do more with less.
FedEx Corp. promised shoppers on Wednesday that it’s ready for the frenzy set to commence the day after Thanksgiving.
International Investigative Services held a $211,711 judgment against the center but did not receive any money in the sale.
Representatives of Highmark and UPMC, and state regulators who brokered a deal between them, disagreed on many things Wednesday.
Seegrid files for Chapter 11 as battle over finances continues.
Diesel still conjures up images among the American masses of large, loud, smelly vehicles belching dirty fumes.
Also: Earnings; Consumer prices up in September; Germany's Lufthansa plans to sell IT division to IBM;
The eatery has partnered with a food delivery service to ship sandwich packs nationwide through November.
The trip data was provided to the PUC by Lyft while it was under a cease-and-desist order earlier this year, but not disclosed publicly.
Agency to decide whether to impose stricter conservation and demand reduction targets on electric utilities
The oil and gas company has increased production in the Marcellus and Upper Devonian shales during the third quarter.
Silicon Valley magnate Max Levchin visited Carnegie Mellon University on Tuesday.
The company projected shipping volumes to peak the first three Mondays of December, with Dec. 15 expected to be the busiest.
A government filing says Mylan will own a smaller piece of Abbott’s overseas generics business.
The initiative will focus on boosting technical training in southwestern Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia and eastern Ohio.
The region’s third biggest retail bank said it earned $33.4 million, up 5 percent from $31.6 million in the same three months last year.
Organization’s health care information technology sector becomes its fastest-growing segment, thanks to an ability to make a quick profit.
The Minneapolis-based chain said its free shipping offer starts today and will last through Dec. 20.
NoWait, a firm known for its restaurant app, garnered the council’s Start-Up of the Year award. It was one of eight awardees.
Google's music subscription service seeks to remain in tune with its listeners' shifting moods.
Also: ATI Earnings;, Jobs Report; RE2: Mylan; Staples Breach; Turner Networks-Dish; Kimberly Clark jobs, Naproxen recall.
The Florida-based airline will be flying to Lancaster, Franklin and Bradford from the airport.
Grant from the Department of Energy will support research into sensor network to monitor safety parameters.
The violations occurred in Lycoming, Tioga and Sullivan counties.
Even as stocks were plunging last week, strategists and professional investors were telling their clients that the volatility was no reason
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.