Three senators raised concerns about the Pittsburgh for-profit education company’s massive settlement with the federal government.
Despite flat or negative returns in the stock market this year, mutual fund managers are likely to distribute taxable gains to shareholders
Lawyer Moshe Marvit proposes expanding federal civil-rights law to make it illegal to fire a person for trying to organize or join a union.
The dulled reaction to record lows is a consequence of just how prolonged the depression of crude oil prices has been and is expected to be.
A person who posted a link on her Facebook page and “liked” it on her own page cannot be held liable for publishing defamatory content.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us, today’s celebration of Giving Tuesday is meant to inspire the spirit of philanthropy.
New legislation also means the program would be administered by state’s Department of Human Services.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife will donate nearly $45 billion to good works.
U.S. District Judge Irene Berger told jurors that they could return a partial verdict if one could be reached out of the three counts.
More news from Federal Reserve officials; and Ford.
Techman wrestles with his non-cooperative printer; Amazon shows off its delivery drones.
The nuclear company wants to develop a lead-cooled fast neutron reactor design.
The proposal would offer 10 years of tax breaks in special development zones to entice heavy natural gas users to brownfield sites.
LinkedIn is among the companies offering employees as much time off as they’d like, with the understanding they still get their work done.
The decision was a setback for UPMC, which had sought to drop Highmark’s Medicare Advantage plan members from its network since the spring.
A microgrid is a localized power system that feeds a single building or neighborhoods with its own source of generation.
In a region already supporting about 30 ice rinks, some industry insiders are wondering if the market is reaching oversaturation.
Len Boselovic’s Heard off the Street: A dose of direct-to-consumer drug ads not what the doctor ordered
Suffering with the heartbreak of psoriasis? Call your doctor in the morning and tell him what to prescribe.
An adversarial relationship could bring a career to a sudden end.
Some visitors to Target’s site were greeted with the message: “Please hold tight. So sorry, but high traffic’s causing delays.”
Mr. Murdoch, a K&L partner, had a lifelong attachment to global affairs. He witnessed the Berlin Wall rise as a student, and fall in 1989.
The EPA on Monday issued a final rule designed to increase production of ethanol to be blended with gasoline through 2016.
Smartphone users can use the app to record a video and send it to the American Civil Liberties Union.
Spending $500 does not get you the best, but it’s close.
Praising the “sense of community that’s more meaningful in Pittsburgh,” Mr. Heinz is coming to town. Let the political speculation begin.
Mayor Bill Peduto was on hand for an event to showcase the development of the business district in the Hilltop area.
Collaboration brings construction trade trainees and CMU architecture students together for social enterprise.
Stocks didn’t have much momentum in a week of light trading. U.S. markets were closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday, and closed at
Santa’s not the only one keeping tabs on misbehavior this holiday season.
The National Retail Federation estimates that about 135.8 million consumers will be shopping during the four-day weekend.
Communication between hospitals and post-acute care providers is getting new attention as Medicare escalates penalties against hospitals.
In the last two decades, Mark Laport’s company has erected 13 hotels in the Pittsburgh area. And it’s not done.
Mobile devices could account for more than 40 percent of transactions this holiday season.
With the Dec. 7 end of the Medicare open enrollment period, many are worried more about drug costs going up than potential hospital costs.
About 135.8 million Americans are expected to shop in stores or online over the four-day weekend.
An environmental organization is challenging the practice of opening state forests to drilling and using the windfall to fill budget gaps.
More news from Barbie; and Volkswagen.
Honda HR-V vs. Mazda CX-3 vs. Kia Soul vs. Buick Encore: Small crossover four-way.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to give an absolutely fantastic technology gift. Here are 10 products under $100.
Calling the Perkins loan program costly and overly complicated, the Senate allowed the program to expire Sept. 30.
Allianz, one of the world’s largest financial asset managers, said it will boost funding for companies focused on wind power.
Indiana Regional Medical Center to partner with MedCare; Alcoa names CEO for split with metals-making business
More news from Michigan, Fiat Chrysler; Comcast; and Consumer confidence.
As consumers get caught up in the holiday season of giving and goodwill, their defenses go down, according to some experts.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration next year will dole out higher fines for the first time since 1990.
My Fun Maven, a website created by Karen Stilley of Hempfield, is attracting about 2,500 visitors looking for activities for children.
The government’s plan to cut the power sector’s carbon emissions has spurred a skirmish between companies who turn waste into energy.
Dan Harding has developed software that compares health plans, which could be helpful during the open enrollment periods now underway.
The stadium authority is giving the Pirates and Steelers another year to start their next development — a 250-unit residential and retail
A bill in the state Senate would let large commercial and industrial customers opt out of Act 129, the state’s energy efficiency law.