Employees aren’t being paid and are moving on as the once prestigious social club in Oakland faces a growing pile of debts.
A state official says human error is to blame for 500 Rhode Island residents receiving two tax-refund checks.
Car and Driver liked the “enjoyable, refined driving dynamics, handsome looks,” but not the body cladding or price.
If the issue is a contentious one, hiring a neutral person, such as a financial planner or CPA, can help keep conversations on track.
No longer a symbol of love and happiness, she started to wonder how much money she could get selling it.
John Hogan, who admitted to ripping off roughly 80 investors for more than $8 million over two decades, will be sentenced in August.
The outlined changes to the tax code are the most concrete guidance so far on Trump's vision for spurring job growth.
MedExpress said Highmark sent a termination notice, but Highmark noted that negotiations continue for the contract that expires Aug. 1.
Nationally, gas prices rose 1 cent over the past week to hit $2.42 per gallon.
Getting a gas company to shut off a money-losing well is not so simple.
There’s more than one great Bluetooth speaker out there in the crowded marketplace.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago finds that federal anti-discrimination laws apply to members of the LGBT community.
Penalties and half of the interest will be waived if back taxes are paid in full by June 19, according to the Department of Revenue.
One month after Bebe hired a consultant to explore “strategic alternatives,” the retailer said its stores are expected to go dark in May.
Finding a trouble-free used car has nothing to do with luck and everything to do with applying good research and investigative skills.
With the potential to fetch from $30,000 to $35,000, the liquor license could be the most valuable item to go on the block.
The 2017 Genesis G90 RWD 5.0 Ultimate is definitely in its own class.
Bernardo Hees, who says Pittsburgh is key to his company, argues that his management isn’t just about cost-cutting and efficiencies.
In Verona, GetGo razed its older building to built a larger store that is using Market District chefs to enhance its food offerings.
The Department of Labor launched an effort to improve benefit plan audits after a study showed almost 40 percent had major deficiencies.
Since money in an annuity or in an IRA is tax-deferred, some advise against placing one in the other.
The deadline to file taxes is Tuesday, April 18 this year.
Like many states, Pennsylvania grants waivers to convicted felons, allowing them to become insurance agents after a background check.
This device will help save your CD collection if it has gotten scratched over time.
A lot of jobs are tied up with the companies that stock shelves with condiments, soups, shampoos and cereals used by the masses.
Everyone should be aware of — and have — these two important health care documents.
The discount chain, which for years was able to grow by putting stores in smaller markets, was reported to be struggling to pay its bills.
Need some extra time? Thanks to Emancipation Day, you’ve got it.
The 2017 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth starts with an MX-5, but punches it up.
A week ago, the water was shut off. Monday, the electricity went out, presumably because the club hasn’t been paying the bills.
The Pittsburgh-based chain of coffeehouses hopes to make a difference in revitalization efforts for the distressed Mon Valley town.
Oil prices, which are up $5 per barrel over the past few weeks, were seen as the main factor in the increase.
For those who are looking for good sound on the cheap or need some extra speakers, there are good options available.
Jamie Dimon’s shareholder letter offers solutions for what ails America. But there’s nary a word about JPMorgan’s tainted regulatory record.
Many card issuers will forgive a late fee occasionally as a courtesy, no questions asked.
The Pittsburgh Athletic Association’s mounting financial troubles continue to raise questions about its ability to survive.
Booming online retail sales are good news for the U.S. Postal Service, but its carriers are incurring a cost: more dog bites.
As we move into autonomous cars, will these systems be up to a Pennsylvania winter?
Rue21 entered into forbearance as the teen clothing retailer misses payments, according to a report.
The IRS is resuming the use of private debt collectors amid a wave of telephone scams.
Since 1993, Pennsylvania has invested in Israel Bonds. The state also invests in other countries, including Sweden, Canada and Australia.
Livability.com, which evaluates cities with populations between 20,000 and 350,000, puts Pittsburgh in the Top 100 Best Places to Live.
But Akron, Ohio, drivers saw prices rise 25.9 cents in the last seven days to an average of $2.34 per gallon of regular.
Advice for those who want to enjoy their vinyl record collection again.
The number of vehicles that have been recalled but not repaired rose to about 63 million this year, up 34 percent from a year ago.
Consumer technology keeps improving, but one thing stays constant: consumer complaints about the high cost of printer ink.