The judge ordered that the health care giants make no change to their business relations, "no matter how small," without court approval.
Proposed regulations, issued this week, represent the first major update to federal Medicaid guidelines since 2002.
The company started in Shannon and Dan Rugh’s basement, and has grown to become the go-to T-shirt company in the Pittsburgh area.
A plan to renovate and sell a cluster of deteriorating townhomes in Clairton needs city council’s OK to move forward in bankruptcy court.
How to eliminate junk mail and telemarketing calls is simple — and free — when you know where to turn.
Middlesex on Wednesday approved new zoning rules that open up more than 90 percent of the township for gas drilling and development.
In addition to planning a new high-rise for Northview Heights, the Pittsburgh Housing Authority made changes in Larimer’s redevelopment.
The move follows fellow developer Tesla in promoting wider development of such vehicles.
A few weeks ago, the company started up its first production line at a new 112,000-square-foot manufacturing site off Route 60 near Crafton.
VisitPittsburgh estimates the Chesney show and concerts by Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones and One Direction will generate $35.4 million.
As legislators gear up to hammer out next state budget, nonprofit officials gather to find out how their services may be impacted.
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Joe Graziano, 29, a former corporate trust administrator at Bank of New York Mellon, admitted that he stole millions from the bank.
An Allegheny County judge approved the settlement in the case involving a worker who died at a Marcellus Shale site in Greene County.
The new numbers illustrate that a lack of pipeline infrastructure is putting nearly all crude oil shipments to the East Coast on railroads.
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The cost of data breaches is rising for companies around the world as sophisticated thieves target valuable financial and medical records.
Washington state has declared a drought emergency as Nevada, parts of Oregon and other Western states also deal with a lack of water.
Judge calls consent decrees on breakup “terrible agreements,” to rule on legality of UPMC’s decision to sever Medicare Advantage contract.
Eyewear entrepreneur Daniel Childs says his company will give back by donating glasses to students in Pittsburgh Public Schools.
F.N.B. Corp. said it would acquire two branches in Berks County, two branches in Lancaster County and one in Chester County.
Roughly 4 in 5 motorists fail to ask their insurance company about qualifying for special discounts that insurers don’t automatically apply.
Pennsylvania expects to see thousands of miles of pipelines built over the next decade.
Beaver Valley Power Station Unit 1 in Shippingport, Pa. had been shut down in April for refueling and maintenance.
The company said the 5,210 undeveloped acres in Tyler County are “non-core” and not in the company’s long-term drilling plan for the area.
Thomas Rukavina, 62, of Plum, was released on $100,000 bond after withdrawing an earlier request for a competency evaluation.
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For regional law firms, competing in a global arena with giant, well-heeled firms can seem a daunting challenge indeed.
While some firms still depend on partner know-how on issues such as staffing and pricing, others have started to track their data.
If a company suspends work during a contract dispute, it’s not necessarily entitled to extend the contract term to make up for missed time.
The cash and stock deal comes just one month after Comcast Corp. dropped its $45.2 billion merger agreement with Time Warner Cable.
Catalyst Connection, an Oakland manufacturing consulting firm, organized the mission. It began Sunday and ends Wednesday.
State regulators propose that companies drilling and fracking in the Marcellus and other gas-rich shales to mitigate noise from well pads.
Washington, Pa.-based Steel Nation Inc. has found a place making loud natural gas compressor stations quieter.
Average pump prices have risen about 4 cents per gallon in the last week, but they held steady at $2.93 per gallon over the past weekend.
Electricity prices also would increase by an average of 7 percent by 2025, according to analysis by the Energy Information Administration
CPG expects net investment in pipelines to grow from about $4.6 billion in 2015 to about $13.5 billion by 2020.
The future of connected everything -- watches, homes, appliances, artificial organs -- could also be a target-rich playground for hackers.
Paid sick leave is the next frontier in the fight for the country’s lowest earners.
Pennsylvania’s largest firms have grown head count faster than almost any other market last quarter, two recent surveys show.
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The combined companies could have as many as 23 million customers, just behind Comcast's 27.2 million customers.
A flexible master plan has allowed a relatively small school to sustainably develop nearly 400 acres of farmland in Richland Township.
Through “I Care” initiative, United Way hopes businesses and others will keep watch on elderly citizens who may be on verge of crisis.
The Obama administration is expected to propose raising the threshold below which managers have to be paid overtime.
Research shows finding something in common with employers helps in landing a job.
The act offers another tool for people to secure benefits despite government thresholds.
Plus, selling an old turntable could be difficult.
And a manager must focus on a worker’s performance rather than her personality.