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A Cleveland developer is teaming with Buncher to build the complex, which will feature townhouses and penthouse lofts, among other spaces.
Federated analysts say the solid economic recovery, low inflation and historical indicators point to double-digit market gains next year.
An upgrade for the make’s bottom-of-the-line model is an all-around improvement, but the reliability reports are not in yet.
Days that averaged about 77 degrees ended up reducing income by about $5 a day when compared with days that were about 20 degrees cooler.
Amazon shows off army of new robots designed to help workers meet holiday shipping crunch
Cuban-Americans, experts and advocates discuss the impact of President Obama’s announcement on Cuba.
New waves of holiday scams are cropping up that can compromise the good cheer of the season.
Mission-related investing has received a boost from the so-called divestment movement.
Stocks log biggest gain in more than a year on Fed's 'patient' pledge
More business news on consumer prices, Philips, American Apparel, Avon, Panera Bread, The ExOne Company
The pricing models were developed to boost profits by raising rates on policyholders who are unlikely to shop around for a better price.
The shipping company blamed aircraft maintenance charges for an increase in its costs, which affected the earnings results.
McCaffery Interests CEO optimistic about Strip District produce terminal building redevelopment plans.
Renewable energy and efficiency projects over the next decade could add 5 gigawatts of capacity and generate $17.7 billion in investment.
The legislation is meant to encourage the construction of more housing for poor and working-class people.
Company officials say the forecast is pegged to the strengthening economy, tame inflation, and historical indicators related to politics.
The case concerns unpaid wages from work during breaks and in other circumstances.
These ten steps can help you celebrate a joyous holiday season wisely!
Business news from the First Energy, PNC Foundation, Mylan, Commerce Department, Amazon, Chrysler and Radio Shack
The drop in prices isn’t having an immediate impact because a lot of projects are already in the works, attorneys said.
Company news from Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti; Reed Smith; Sykes Elder Law; Keevican Weiss Bauerle & Hirsch.
The Reed Smith roundtable included representatives from BNY Mellon, EQT, Highmark, MSA Safety, Giant Eagle and PNC.
As utility customers are undeniably shifting to online billing, Pennsylvania could put the brakes on penalties for those who prefer paper.
A mechanics’ lien is an interest in the title to a property, meaning the owner cannot sell it until the contractor or subcontractor is paid.
Astrobotic, which is developing the lunar lander for the team's entry, won $250,000 in the “imaging” category.
Fogo de Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse, has signed a lease to occupy about one-third of the 30,000 square feet of street-level retail space
Planning for retirement these days can be daunting, as people are living longer, healthier lives.
Other business briefs from the Federal Reserve, the National Association of Home Builders, Bob Evans Farms, Uber and Google
The amount of energy lost in the Pittsburgh region is enough to power the entire states of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, panel said.
President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration have sparked a firestorm from detractors and jubilation from supporters.
Regulators have ordered Peoples Natural Gas to take control over a small utility in Aleppo while the two were negotiating a private deal.
Expected layoffs at Emerald Mine in Greene County come at a time of uncertainty for the coal industry.
Christina Cassotis, a former Boston aviation consultant, has been named CEO of the Allegheny County Airport Authority.
FedEx, which has its Ground headquarters in Moon, is schedule to release its second quarter results on Wednesday.
District Justice Anthony Saveikis threw out the charges against the drivers after they agreed to discontinue pick-ups at the airport.
The Sony Corp. unit is widening its efforts to stem damage from the release of employee salaries, health records, movie stars’ fees and
A look at what rates have been doing over the last year, where they are expected to land in 2015 and what it all means for consumers.
Peet’s coffee shops closing in the Pittsburgh area are in Oakland, the SouthSide Works and Waterworks Mall near Aspinwall.
The Japanese conglomerate is heading for its fifth net loss in six years, raising questions about its ability to hold on to businesses.
The $400-million investment will develop a gathering system for ExxonMobil subsidiary XTO Energy in southeastern Ohio.
They fell 6.7 cents to an average of $2.85, the biggest weekly drop since prices started dropping in September.
News Analysis: Two weeks away from a divorce, UPMC wants to keep its Highmark patients; Highmark says it’s keeping 80 percent of UPMC docs.
The furniture chain’s outpost in Robinson since 1989 still hasn’t been able to teach Pittsburghers how to pronounce those Swedish names.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are loosening mortgage requirements, and the housing industry hopes young people will be able to buy homes again.
It’s dangerous to think things are different this time, but that’s what many are thinking about record levels of IPOs of stock.
At what point do you cut loose a new employee who is a bad fit?
Question: Is it better to use a debit card or credit card when making purchases?
Social media commentary on race leading to real-life consequences offline.
Members of International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 3 are crucial to every major concert, opera and play in Pittsburgh.
The August Wilson Center’s financial problems included a $40,000 debt to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 3.