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Employees at Best Buy in Robinson undergo a Black Friday drill to prepare for the big day.
Collecting from patients can be more complicated than dealing with insurance companies.
U.S. Steel president and CEO Mario Longhi’s Carnegie Way transformation relies heavily on transfusions of new blood.
If women were more self-confident about their leadership skills, global research study says, they might be better positioned for top jobs.
One school in Illinois is offering athletic scholarships for video gamers. And it’s not as crazy as you think.
The technology is being adopted in stores and restaurants.
Also, learning to work around annoyances can keep workers out of controversy.
A recent report, however, found only 29 percent say they have formal flex arrangements.
People on the Move
The times when families are together are a good time to discuss options.
There are several options on the market for those seeking headphones fit for workouts.
Outlets can offer better selection at lower prices.
A study finds investing the savings from renting can build just as much wealth as home ownership.
Modeled on European markets set up around Christmas, it has grown from 15 booths to about 30 this year
Health agencies back away from copper-silver water disinfection systems to prevent Legionella, despite being exonerated in investigations.
Once the snow clears ... the city is banking on a plan that Mayor Byron Brown says will bring 12,000 jobs in the next three years.
Admissions officers are more aware of an applicant’s digital fingerprint.
Emergency medical evacuation coverage can protect your financial future.
More than 100 jobs are expected at the Fayette County facility.
Meanwhile, oil prices rebound.
Other news from Kennametal, Respironics, Verizon, Ford and Lexus
Preservation groups, meanwhile, are considering nominations of three Forbes Avenue buildings featuring the facades for historic status.
Ken Thompson says: “I would like Pittsburgh to be a whole lot better to people.”
Fees from the company and an influx of drivers to the system are prompting some to re-evaluate their roles.
The deal affects a Downtown Everest Institute location and a WyoTech campus in Blairsville.
More people working but the labor force still has a long way to go.
The recalls affect the 2006 to 2011 GS, 2007 to 2010 LS and the 2006 to 2011 IS models.
The Federal Trade Commission says a company that used a variety of names pushed computer programs that fixed non-existent computer problems.
Honda Odyssey was the only model awarded a “good” rating.
Also news on inflation, Comcast, RBS, Graco, the National Association of Realtors, Ineos and GM
The bones, they are bare. But for a buyer overwhelmed by the gadgets in today’s cars, the Versa might offer a welcome respite.
Many are wary of entrusting too many packages until the last minute, after shipping problems last year saw many deliveries delayed.
Alpha announced last month it plans to sell its Amfire Mining subsidiary to Rosebud Mining Co. for $86 million.
The Job Factory, an employment service, says employees who take the most selfies get the biggest pay hikes.
Highmark, which is battling UPMC for health insurance clients, said it will clarify which UPMC doctors will be in-network next year.
Mayor Bill Peduto wants to make the city’s Bureau of Building Inspection, now part of the Department of Public Safety, its own department.
Thanksgiving’s 46 million turkeys get costlier as supply shrinks.
They were among 100 school systems highlighted as examples for the rest of the country.
The Federal Reserve wrestled with nodding to financial market volatility and a weakening global economy in its policy statement last month.
Also news from the Commerce Department construction report, JetBlue, Volkwagen, TripAdvisor and the unsafe toy list
The main reason the airlines are not sharing the riches with passengers: There is no compelling reason to do so.
Discussions at city planning commission focus on Pittsburgh Penguins’ plans for redevelopment.
At issue is whether Russian customers can use ExOne’s 3-D printers for military applications.
Most car buyers still seek white as a safe investment while silver, which once dominated vehicle shades, is falling in popularity.
A four-year bidding war with a French rival leaves the Pittsburgh nuclear company seeking justice from South African courts.
Low cost of living and high access to loans make Pittsburgh a top option for young entrepreneurs.
Debt collection problems can be burdensome for seniors with limited resources who are unfamiliar with going online for information or help.
The story renewed questions about the company’s business practices, and how it handles data it collects on its customers.
The Department of Environmental Protection has awarded contracts totaling $2.9 million for the Mudlick Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project