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“I'd rather address it now than wait until it becomes more of an issue in the future," Pa. Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi said.
The sausage company based in Vandergrift looks to bring specialty brand into new regions
“The Pitch” was a highlight among a week of events at the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival in East Liberty.
Samuel, Son & Co. of Mississauga, Ontario, announced it will close the steel processing operation that remains at the World Class site.
Potential whistle-blowers should check the law before taking action.
I don't think all amplifiers sound the same; but the key is matching an amplifier to the speakers.
Taking steps to increase your credit score before buying a home is not only a smart thing to do; it’s also a way to save thousands.
A South Side warehouse filled with supplies for school science experiments is running more efficiently with a high-tech upgrade.
WASHINGTON -- There are no shortcuts to strengthening your credit score.
People on the move
Business week in review.
Implementing this strategy will not only accelerate your progress, but also ensure your tyrannical boss receives some much-needed oversight.
Shop Smart has some great tips on taming an out-of-control closet and ways to stash winter clothes.
Business events, meetings and events this week.
Common wisdom says that’s getting harder to run an independent medical practice. So why are some of them going it alone?
The gain was a possible sign that job growth in recent months has led to accelerated consumer spending.
Authorities say the current law is too weak because it allows people in other countries to avoid prosecution.
Also: Thrill Mill awarded $350,000 to aid entrepreneurs; Delta Prime Refinance settles over mortgage claims.
Software tries to flag stolen and counterfeit cards at the gas pump.
A federal student loan is discharged if a student dies, but private lenders are not required to forgive student debt.
Workplace fatalities were down by 5 percent in 2013. People who were killed at work were most likely to die in traffic accidents.
RadioShack says it may need more capital to help complete its turnaround and is exploring options for overhauling its balance sheet.
Apple Pay is integrated with its Passbook credential-storage app and its fingerprint ID security system.
Plus: UPMC in Erie to serve psychiatric hospital; Canadian company to shutter Ambridge steel processor; GNC executive leaving the company
Northwood Realty Services cited inaccurate and outdated information used to calculate home values in Western Pennsylvania.
Wesley Ross opened Carnegie Deli and Diner in February Downtown. The famous NYC deli did not take the name kindly.
The board will negotiate with McCaffery Interests and Rubino Partners to try to merge their visions for the produce terminal.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and state Sen. Jim Ferlo have differed on visions for the Strip District terminal.
The aluminum producer said the $1 billion deal is the largest contract during its 35-year relationship with the aerospace company.
Businessman Michael Negra has been nominated to serve on the three-member state Liquor Control Board.
A witness for a Pennsylvania trade group tried to explain Wednesday why the insurance coverage that Lyft is proposing is problematic.
But critics say the business group’s study is flawed and ignores the benefits regulations provide.
While all-electric vehicles comprise just a small drop in the auto sales ocean, they experienced a tidal wave increase in 2014.
Also: Duquesne’s Small Business Center wins grant; Activision’s ‘Destiny’ posts sales of $500 million; wholesale stockpiles up 0.1 percent.
Colombians are asking Congress to protect workers rights as part of the trade agreement.
Ride-sharing companies are seeking permanent experimental authority to operate in the county and other parts of Pennsylvania.
The bank will convert to smaller branches — which employs more technology and eliminates teller windows — by the end of the year.
The city’s East End has 1.4 jobs for each person in its labor force, but just 6 percent of the area’s 21,000 jobs are held by its residents.
The board of the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority is expected to vote Thursday on the proposed “settlement fee” to the developer.
Trump Entertainment Resorts files for bankruptcy and threatens to close the Taj Mahal Casino resort in November if it can’t get concessions.
Almost always, automakers or regulators send out recall notices before parts are ready. That presents car owners with a difficult question.
Also: Job openings near 13-year high as hiring rises; U.S. investigating stalling issue in Chrysler minivans.
Often the first recall notices go out before parts are made, leaving car owners in a quandary.
Bain Capital Ventures has teamed up with investment firm Castanea Partners to help speed up growth at the Strip District company.
Export terminals in Louisiana and Florida become only the second and third to receive final regulatory approval
The technology giant has been searching for up to 20,000 square feet of office space, possibly at Carnegie Mellon or other locations.
Postnuptial agreements are similar to prenuptials, but are created after couples are already married.
The plan, which creates the largest tax diversion district in the city’s history, includes affordable housing, office space and retail.
The breach in its payment systems could turn out to be one of the biggest in history.
The J.R. Weldin Co., a stationery and gift store that has operated in Pittsburgh since 1852, is moving from 415 Wood St.