Pittsburgh insurer plans rate increases for Affordable Care Act marketplace plans after heavy use by those who didn’t have coverage before.
The techniques are said to target customers who never or rarely shop around for better deals.
The head of American Eagle’s aerie intimate clothing division talks strategy and shows off the latest store concept at Ross Park Mall.
Kenneth Melani was fired in 2012 after getting into a fight with the husband of a woman with whom Dr. Melani was having a relationship.
In June, Fifth Third announced plans to close or sell about 100 of its 1,300 branches nationwide.
Officials said the amounts requested are lower than in the past, when developers wanted more than $50 million in help to build the hotel.
2015 Infiniti QX60 3.5 AWD: The three-row crossover has plenty of room and gadgets, but the reliability is a big if.
The unions claim the rights of 21 workers were violated when they were banned from school grounds.
The new facility will focus on developing metal powders to use in 3-D printing as well as advancing the printing process and product design.
Federal judge finds PPG liable for toxic waste water discharges from its old glass manufacturing waste dump into the Allegheny River.
Federal grant to aid enrollment under Affordable Care Act; Delcross Technologies acquired by Southpointe’s Ansys
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Delcross Technologies builds software for computational electromagnetic simulation and radio frequency system analysis.
He joined the company as an engineer and helped lead major acquisitions to position it as one of top coatings firms worldwide.
Steelworkers rally as U.S. Steel, Arcelor Mittal agree to allow work under recently expired contract
Rallies in Pittsburgh and other cities seek fair contracts for union workers at U.S. Steel, Allegheny Technologies and Arcelor Mittal.
“It’s our health,” said Karen Wolk Feinstein, president and CEO of the foundation. “It’s so fundamental and yet it seems too simple.”
October Development is hoping to spruce up a block that is mostly abandoned.
Investors now predict the U.S. Federal Reserve will delay an interest rate rise that had been expected as early as this month.
The U.S. attorney’s office confirmed it is investigating the incident, first disclosed by the North Shore company in a July 30 report.
Ford and Chrysler sales rise in August as GM falls; Construction spending reaches highest level in 7 years; Triumph Motorcycles fined over safety violations
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Many brokers are fuming over a proposed rule that would block them from selling any investment into a retirement account in return for a
Workers can use a new website to see if they are owed wages.
The research announced by Medtronic found an association between a single gene and 50 percent higher odds of some irregular heartbeats.
The company’s office complex in Robinson will now serve as the North American base for Covestro.
The average rental rate in and around the Golden Triangle is up to $1.86 a square foot.
The union notified members the two sides will meet Sept. 11 and 12.
The simple fact that the parties in disagreement are relatives complicates a business conflict with the emotions of family relationships.
The regional job count that is not seasonally adjusted fell by 7,700 from June, but the total number was up by 38,000 over July 2014.
Most Am Law 200 firms said in April they were reviewing their compensation levels but hadn’t made any decisions on adjustments.
Hundreds of conventional well owners failed to submit reports that are meant to document whether wells are structurally sound.
The county launched its new partnership with Allegheny Health Network to provide health care for prisoners at the jail.
The suit says a conspiracy between Highmark and UPMC allowed their for-profit subsidiaries to charge customers too much for premiums.
United Steelworkers union members and supporters of organized labor rallied in Pittsburgh and other cities today.
The hotel would be built next to the historic Workingman’s Savings Bank, more recently known as ARC House.
Allegheny County partners with United Way; First National Bank names new region president; West Mifflin Levin Furniture store damaged by fire
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Now, most Marcellus gas goes to the Midwest, Southeast and Canada. Eventually it will access Mexico and the world through LNG exports.
The poll showed that email is the top communications tool at work and will grow in importance over the next five years.
Some electric customers, in altering their homes to be more energy efficient, could be paying too much for service due to a billing error.
Paul Gaudio is facing a Super Bowl-sized challenge: to make Adidas cool again in the U.S. market.
Union officials contend the workers should be covered until Nov. 30 under the terms of the labor agreement that expired June 30.
The company is one of the nation’s biggest coal producers and has mines in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Wyoming.
Retail gasoline prices in Pittsburgh dropped 10 cents to $2.60 a gallon Monday morning.
Internet-enabled everyday devices are collectively called the “Internet of Things”; some experts think 50 billion will be in use by 2020.
The PJM auction cleared 1,031 more megawatts of nuclear generation capacity than 2014’s auction, the grid operator reported.
The steady swing toward “clean eating” has helped trigger an industry move toward cleaning product labels of unpronounceable ingredients.
Architects at Astorino have access to expertise in Cannon’s global offices, and Cannon has been able to cement its presence in Pittsburgh.
Author Alaina Levine offers the less outgoing tips for connecting with others in business and life.
New rules for how governments disclose the value of tax incentives they give to business are on the way. But do they go far enough?
Emily Kennedy’s company had its roots in her senior thesis at CMU and now helps law enforcement officials find human trafficking criminals.
The study says sending digital coupons to any consumer within a 100 foot radius doesn’t necessarily lead to more sales or foot traffic.
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