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But that doesn’t mean three local foundations with a deal to buy the property still won’t end up with the building.
Greenway Realty Holdings is planning to convert the Salvation Army building into a boutique hotel called Distrikt Pittsburgh.
WesBanco adds 23 offices, $1.9 billion in assets, $1.3 billion in deposits, and gains a top 10 market share in the Pittsburgh region.
The public declaration, in an essay written for Bloomberg Businessweek, makes Cook the highest-profile business CEO to come out.
Data from the National Retail Federation show that consumers are spending more money on all manner of Halloween.
Community members have agreed to a proposal from a local animal shelter to build a $15 million, 40,000-square-foot facility in Homewood.
Plus: S&T to buy Harrisburg bank; U.S. Steel names two to board of directors; local earnings; Commission bars dating fakes.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is backed by Dominion, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL Resources
Spending is closely watched because it accounts for 70 percent of economic activity.
The growth was propelled by solid gains in business investment, export sales and the biggest jump in military spending in five years.
Western Pennsylvania hospitals, like most employers, shed jobs in the wake of the 2008 recession, but job losses have continued.
The Fed has ended its “QE3” bond purchases but decides to maintain low short-term interest rates to keep spurring jobs market.
Many who have had commercial success in Pittsburgh with their artwork credit each other with creating a supportive creative environment.
German drug and chemicals maker reports strong third-quarter and its CEO elaborates on planned spin-out of MaterialScience segment.
Promises of more cost-cutting sent U.S. Steel shares higher.
For the year, GNC revenue is down 0.5 percent at just over $2 billion, with an outlook for flat revenue for the year.
Review of the 2015 Subaru Forester 2.0 XT Premium
The Latrobe tool maker reported net income of $39.5 million, or 49 cents per share, on sales of $694.9 million.
Also: Steel producer sets sights on Serbian mill; L.B. Foster announces acquisition; Youth organization’s STEM effort gets Alcoa funds.
The coal producer sees continued bleakness in metallurgical coal markets, posts third-quarter loss.
The state has already postponed leasing plans while Commonwealth Court considers a similar case brought by another group.
The 26-percent increase in production was largely driven by the company’s activity in the Marcellus.
The foundations’ stance has sent conservator Judith Fitzgerald scrambling to find the money to settle with the Bethel Park security firm.
Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy addressed a group gathered Downtown for a conference hosted by the American Middle East Institute,
Meanwhile, CEO Gerald Hassell said management will push back against pressure to spin off asset management business.
President and CEO Michael McAndrew said he was pleased with revenue growth but "disappointed" with profits for the quarter.
Nova produces plastics and chemicals primarily at plants in Canada and maintains its executive operations in Moon.
L.B. Foster is scheduled to report its third-quarter earnings on Nov. 4.
The Bridgeville specialty metals producer said net income totaled $1.4 million, or 20 cents per share.
AT&T is sued for millions of dollars by the Federal Trade Commission.
The company is hoping to improve customer service.
Also: EDMC lays off 75 employees; Local earnings; GM moving Volt drive production to Michigan; Fiat Chrysler replaces quality chief.
The REMWorks sleep store will offer apnea devices, white noise machines and clinical treatments.
Marcellus gas heading to new markets, Range reports.
Executives at the Indiana, Pa.-based bank were set to discuss the results in a conference call with analysts this afternoon.
Relief organizations say donations for Ebola are down because the virus doesn’t spark the same connection as hurricanes or earthquakes.
The Pittsburgh steelmaker reported a loss of $207 million. Sales jumped 11 percent, while shipments rose nearly 8 percent.
Air Force veteran John Yanik is in a tussle with the VA over bills for his two cancer surgeries because he developed a serious infection
Monroeville-based Invention Home has built a regional pipeline for infomercial products.
Philadelphia Parking Authority officials vowed Monday to continue their crackdown on UberX drivers, impounding cars and issuing fines.
The group will not be able to submit additional evidence to bolster its appeal of the town’s vote approving the development, a judge ruled.
S&T said the increase reflects “strong loan growth, disciplined expense control and continued positive trends” in asset quality metrics.
The increases beat analysts' expectations, which projected revenues of $179.2 million for the quarter.
Also: Amazon’s Fire phone has failed to catch fire.
East Liberty accelerator Thrill Mill notes successes two years in.
Gas prices and gas stocks have slumped, but analysts are optimistic about the long term.
Also: Citizens Financial reports third quarter profits; Latrobe group posts net income of latest quarter; Home-buying contracts level off.
Unemployment is down in the seven-county Pittsburgh region.
The coal and gas company expects to announce a thermal coal spin-out.
Wabtec's 2014 third-quarter revenue also rose, to $797 million.