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Cindy’s Carriages, a two-car taxi company, is trying to expand, but has had efforts blocked by Classy Cab and Yellow Cab.
Also: An expensive slip of the tongue; it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Googlecast; and the founder speaks.
People on the move.
Also: Indiana Toll Road operator files for bankruptcy; RadioShack negotiating with ‘major vendor’; Rothschild will aid Bayer.
The aluminum supplier is targeting Marcellus and Utica operators for vertical and horizontal wells.
As local law firms were setting their sights on national and international markets, out-of-town firms started opening up shop in the state.
After its tariff was approved, Duquesne Light will install 1,337 LED streetlights this year.
Inspecting an active gas well site means hours of walking, talking and testing.
Inspectors are the front line of the state’s effort to ensure development in Marcellus is done right and with little environmental impact.
Abandoned mines could be a source of renewable energy, extracted not from coal but from the water flooding the unused caverns.
In six short years, the word “shale” has taken on new and significant meaning for the future development of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West
A spokesman for Sears Holdings in Illinois said a liquidation sale is scheduled to start Friday.
The health giant says 31 percent of its revenue comes from Highmark reimbursement payments.
Historians and political experts say “anti-business” sentiment is unlikely to translate into votes for this fall’s congressional midterms.
Drillers are trying to keep problems under the radar.
A year ago, Apple Inc. said it had sold 9 million of the then-new iPhone 5C and 5S models.
There has been a lot of focus on drilling, but less attention to the issues that midstream and pipeline companies face, he said.
A mild summer pushed natural gas prices down in 2014, the ratings agency noted.
U.S. Steel says its efficiency initiative is a “transformational journey.” But for some employees, it’s onto the unemployment line.
The Post-Gazette analyzed every paper record for every Marcellus well incident that resulted in fines through June 1, 2014.
Though fracking often dominates discussions of shale gas extraction studies, other issues face the industry.
Pennsylvania’s Revenue Department has been ramping up efforts to collect past-due debts, conducting more aggressive audits.
Shareholder interest in restricting corporate political spending is on the rise following a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision.
The stack of email awaiting your return from vacation is always a bummer. So what if your employer preemptively deleted them?
Seeking to fill more than 1,000 slots, the company said it’s more important for candidates to bring a good attitude than a good resume.
People on the move
Business news making headlines this week.
Answering reader questions about their credit situations.
Don Lindich breaks down the different types of receivers.
The mentoring program brought about 30 female professionals together with 160 female students, to help them mentor elementary school girls.
Prolific, powerful and portable, the vintage press is a reminder of how technology advanced democracy.
Plus: Persistence can lead to new opportunities.
The new presses weigh more than 600 tons and are supported on a concrete pad that is four feet thick.
Business events, meetings and seminars this week.
A letter to our readers from David M. Shribman and John Robinson Block.
Now, 228 years later, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is being published at a state-of-the-art printing facility in Clinton.
Dressed in a blazer and gray slacks, Eagle Scout Rex Tillerson — better known as the CEO of Exxon Mobil — approached the podium during a
The mammoth IPO offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class.
The details were part of the preliminary land development plan the hockey team submitted to the city of Pittsburgh.
One of Alcoa’s biggest initiatives has been shuttering outdated, inefficient smelters and focusing on more lucrative downstream markets.
The funds have grown and stabilized under the leadership of Treasurer Rob McCord and his great staff.
Also: Marc acquires Boston media agency; EDMC delays filing annual report; CEO of II-VI receives $2.9 million; Hennion returns to GNC.
Unemployment would have been higher, but 28,000 people gave up looking for work during the month and this were not counted.
The Pittsburgh’s Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs Rally on Monday will give entrepreneurs a chance to make pitches to investors.
After months of speculation, Bayer says it will spin off lagging plastics business.
The firm is now hoping for “clarity” with regard to the nearby development of the historic produce terminal.
Glennon Doyle Melton, who battled addictions and bulimia and now raises money to assist families in need, will share her life challenges.
Caring.com finds 46 percent of its visitors surveyed spend more than $5,000 on caregiving expenses.
Cinemark at McCandless Crossing opens with 12 digital auditoriums, a bar serving wine, beer and frozen cocktails, and movies new and recent.
Home Depot Says Data Breach Affected 56 Million Payment Cards, Chevron meets shale standards from CSSD and more