Carnegie Robotics will unveil products in May with San Francisco-based Swift Navigation to make robotic movements more accurate.
Though AkzoNobel declined to meet with PPG in Amsterdam, the Downtown company will reach out for support for its offer among U.S. investors.
The initiative, which already includes a solar-powered greenhouse in Homewood, will pitch at UpPrize competition for more funds to expand.
The ride-sharing company had halted testing of its self-driving cars after a crash involving an Uber vehicle in Arizona.
The Zambelli fireworks business entered the plea after failing to report more than 63,000 fireworks that were apparently stolen.
A gallon of regular cost $2.51 as of Sunday, down slightly from last month and bucking the trend of rising prices this time of year.
The Urban Land Institute calls them “18-hour markets” — a mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment that keep people into the evening.
The company also suspended test vehicles in Pittsburgh, where its autonomous cars also pick up passengers.
The Allegheny County Sheriff padlocked the bar for $48,000 in unpaid drink taxes.
“Federal guidelines prohibit the use of such signals at toll plazas,” the commission said.
The move reduced Abbott’s stake in Mylan from about 13 percent to 4.8 percent.
World stock markets are mixed after a U.S. vote on a health care bill was delayed, raising doubts about Trump’s business friendly agenda.
The 2013 lease for the Trump International Hotel expressly forbids any federal official from participating or benefiting from the project.
Research links the high number of suicides and drug overdoses to the loss of middle-income jobs for those without secondary education.
The developer plans to meet with residents to discuss their concerns about, traffic, light and noise at the site near Freedom Drive South.
It was the second time in 15 months that an alert was posted at the Oakland eatery.
The Pittsburgh Foundation’s new #SafetyNetPGH online fundraiser aims to raise more than $1 million for hungry, homeless and others in need.
Pittsburgh coatings company executive calls speedy rejection of sweetened offer “shocking.”
After a shaky start, U.S. stocks finished mostly higher Wednesday as technology and industrial companies rose.
Dutch paints maker spurns $24.2 billion offer from PPG saying it still undervalues the company.
Akzo rebuffed PPG’s unsolicited $22.4 billion takeover bid on March 9, saying the offer substantially undervalued the company.
Brandon Coughlin of Houston was due to be arraigned in federal court on charges of damaging a protected computer and wire fraud.
United Technologies confirmed Friday that the first wave of about 50 layoffs happened two weeks ago at its electronics plant in Huntington.
PurePenn LLC said its 2,000-page application describes production plans for pharmaceutical-grade cannabis-oil products for Pennsylvanians.
The company once owned by PPG was bought by Mexican glass giant Vitro but will retain a significant presence in Pittsburgh region.
The authority hired Christina Cassotis in 2015 to increase the number of flights to Pittsburgh International Airport.
Steve Mnuchin said in Berlin on Thursday that “it is not our desire to get into trade wars.”
Plans for the development, which has sparked controversy, call for over 500 housing units plus commercial building space.
In response to residents’ concerns, the store on Library Road will post “no loitering” signs and may hire a part-time security guard.
The borough also announced that it has a new logo, website and YouTube channel.
VisitPittsburgh is pushing for a 2 percentage point increase in Allegheny County’s 7-percent hotel tax to fund the commission.
The Pittsburgh Foundation’s new grants program provides money to small organizations that work to assist people at-risk for poverty.
The resolution is to be presented at PNC’s annual shareholders meeting set for April 25 in Pittsburgh.
A bump in overall sales from newly acquired steel businesses was not enough to offset weakness from oversupply in the steel market.
A federal grand jury sitting in Manhattan is expected to soon hear testimony about business practices at Fox News.
Prepare for nostalgia overload with six flavors that are being made available, including Whitehouse Cherry and Maricopa.
The maker of Heinz ketchup is taking inspiration from Don Draper, a character in the popular cable television series “Mad Men.”
Under the agreement with the U.S. government, VW would pay a $2.8 billion fine and $1.5 billion in civil penalties.
A 23-page reports provides a forecast of a future with autonomous vehicles and the technology and planning to allow for it.
Ohio’s governor thinks teachers should intern to keep their licenses, but doesn’t he realize all the bad things business could teach them?
PPG declines to comment on a report that it will launch another bid for the Dutch coatings company.
Deeplocal was hired to develop an “experiential” campaign delivering the message that Zagat’s reviews are short and sweet.
Former owners and former CFO have indicated they will admit to defrauding U.S. Army
Joe Sullivan, Uber’s chief security officer, said the company was conducting a review of how the technology had been used.
Downtown coatings giant said it will continue to explore plans to acquire the Dutch paints company.
April Gruver, who owns the bakery specializing in cupcakes, says she is moving on to new opportunity.
Three weeks after AIG reported a massive loss, the person chosen to turn things around at the insurance company is stepping down.
Jeremy Waldrup, the PDP’s president, says having bars and restaurants present more live music would sorely address a need for visitors.
Bloomberg News said PPG Industries may be in talks to buy all or part of Amsterdam-based paints producer AkzoNobel NV.
China has granted preliminary approval for 38 new Trump trademarks, fueling concerns about conflicts of interest of the U.S. president.