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The German company plans to consolidate sales, service, marketing and engineering operations at its Houston, Texas, office.
German-based Bayer gets closer to spinning out its plastics segment, which has North American headquarters in Robinson, as separate company.
A federal court has decided to move to Pittsburgh a suit alleging that Moon-based FedEx Ground discriminated against deaf employees.
Rate of 2.2 percent in the October-Dec. quarter marked a major slowdown from the third quarter, which saw the strongest growth in 11 years.
Eat’n Park will operate a convenience store featuring a limited selection of prepared foods and fresh produce in the new PNC tower Downtown.
The Girl Scouts rolled out Digital Cookie to sell the treats, although many girls still use the tried-and-true door-to-door approach.
Pennsylvania PUC order follows audit that said correcting management flaws could save FirstEnergy about $19.2 million in one-time savings.
Wal-Mart CEO talks about pay raises, how customers shop and what he's learned from critics.
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Visa’s optional new feature, which will be integrated into mobile banking apps, will be ready in mid-April.
Students could become less eligible for federal financial aid when grandparents help them pay college expenses.
Highmark Health’s board chair since 2005, J. Robert Baum, is leaving the position and has been replaced by the PNC banking executive.
East End natural and organic food market may expand into PPG Place, while a New York developer has its eye on Macy’s.
A study has predicted a hefty shortage of skilled workers. But skeptics say higher pay would take care of the problem.
Other auto writers are going to beat me up — again — but the Camry is a top seller for a reason. It’s still not cool, but not bad, either.
Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, opposes disbanding the state alcohol sales business.
The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-2 vote, will regulate broadband Internet under public utility laws, favoring “net neutrality.
Pittsburgh-area gas prices could rise 10 cents per week for the next few weeks.
The Germany-based medical and safety technology company plans to consolidate sales, service, marketing and engineering operations in Texas.
The company said the rise in sales was driven mainly by revenues from two acquisitions last year and a new joint venture in China.
James Cashman, president and CEO, said the record fiscal year revenue and profits "exceeded the high end of our expectations."
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A total of 57 projects in Allegheny County are seeking more than $235 million in state redevelopment capital assistance this year.
The SEIU, about to cover about 800 building guards in the city, plans to negotiate a single contract with all of their employers.
The O’Hara grocer is giving up on its limited assortment discount grocery model meant to compete with chains like Aldi and Save-A-Lot.
A smaller-than-anticipated fourth-quarter loss sent Horsehead shares higher.
Less than two years after opening, the small resort casino is up for sale, and could soon be under new management.
Buick is the first U.S.-based automotive brand to appear in the top 10 of Consumer Reports’ annual brands report card.
The Port Authority is exploring other sponsors to keep subway service between Downtown Pittsburgh and the North Shore free to riders.
Yellen: Fed won't hike interest rates until it sees more economic progress, stronger inflation.
The governor unveiled pieces of his economic plan to Lehigh Valley business leaders today.
It’s unclear how many of those affected are past or present Highmark customers, or come from other Pennsylvania-based Blues plans.
About 30 people turned in firearms to begin training in welding with a new program run by the Boilermakers Local 154.
The Supreme Court is expected to rule by the end of June on whether residents in at least 34 states are eligible for federal tax subsidies.
It was the biggest of six grants announced for smaller airports by PennDOT.
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The U.S. Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission are leading the investigation, the Wall Street Journal said.
The borough takes stock of its food assets, including newly reopened Nancy’s East End Diner, so it can promote them.
Safepole can now be found at the University of North Carolina, some VA hospitals, Northwestern and Kaiser Permanente.
The workforce problem is second only to the challenge of the industry’s aging infrastructure, according to a national survey.
Americans are getting better at saving, so says the Consumer Federation of America’s 8th annual survey on savings behavior.
Pittsburgh is the most affordable city out of 27 metro areas nationwide to own a home, according to mortgage data guru HSH.com.
A week before his budget address, Gov. Tom Wolf hasn't given any details, and isn't talking to leaders in the House and Senate.
Rodney Prewitt, a pharmacist, had moral objections to giving the flu vaccine.
“Cat’s paw” describes the situation in which an employer is liable for allowing an employee’s bias to influence an employment decision.
The results included a $7.5 million gain from Shell for demolishing buildings at the Monaca site, where an ethane cracker plant is planned.
The plan is to split the estimated $42.5 million in abated taxes into two funds, both administered by the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
The CIA is planning for increased use of cyber capabilities in almost every category of its operations as part of a broad restructuring.
Texas-based oil and gas producer will continue to focus on Marcellus Shale development in 2015, drill two Utica Shale wells in Washington
The Pittsburgh Penguins expect to use $42.5 million in tax breaks to redevelop the site and fund Lower Hill District neighborhood projects.