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It turns out you can get there from here. But how much you'll pay and how smoothly it will go may vary widely.
A bakery, lip balm and "couture" hoodies were some of the ideas middle- and high-schoolers brought before judges in the iPitch Competition.
Nestle's Lean Cuisine is being hit by concerns that the low-calorie frozen dinners it pioneered are unhealthy and too expensive.
Business events, meetings and seminars this week.
For the past seven years, Werner Ladders has been the "Official Ladder of the NCAA Basketball Championship."
The business news in review.
"The Butterfly Effect" illustrates the concept that small events can have large, widespread consequences.
Clearance sale makes Cambridge SoundWorks Ambiance 2 WiFi Music System a must-buy.
A federal housing refinance program has helped millions struggling households lower monthly mortgage payments by reducing interest rates.
People on the move
The truth about Angie's List, Yelp and other online ratings
When it comes to suggesting better ways of running Corporate America, uppity shareholders win some, lose some.
Officials make final push for insurance marketplace enrollments.
Despite rising need, Pennsylvania, as well as the nation, wrestles with shortage of psychiatrists.
Do you love your job but feel like it doesn't love you back?
Find an employer whose view of your potential is not clouded by your gender.
When it comes to employee engagement, career coaching beats a free lunch.
Sam Adams beer announced it is withdrawing its sponsorship of Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade because it excludes gay groups.
Search for new CEO is launched after gas drilling, airline merger issues settle down.
Also: Rite Aid looking desirable; Target says it ignored early signs of data breach; Target says it ignored early signs of data breach
Pittsburgh businesses plan to offer multiple health insurance options if Highmark and UPMC don't strike a deal, according to a survey.
Article understates pollution; Startups here growing
Community College of Allegheny County announced four job fairs open not only to its students and alumni but also to the general public.
They suggest that a state agency was coordinating with the utility before it intervened in a push for a pollution lawsuit.
Move raises questions about the company's plans for an ethane cracker in Potter, Beaver County.
Why use expiration dates on credit cards? After all, they don't sour like a carton of milk.
Teenagers took a bigger economic hit in the Great Recession than any other age group.
Also: Health partnership head named; United Way gets grant for disabled; Amazon hikes Prime membership to $99 per year.
Welcome to Addressable TV, an emerging technology that allows advertisers, to pay some broadcasters to pinpoint specific homes.
The Pittsburgh-based bank filed a proxy statement this morning for its annual shareholders meeting.
Kim Lyons: Our chat today is about entrepreneurship, and this week's story is on CARMAA, a non profit animal adoption company
The sale of the 600,000-customer retail energy business could cost Pennsylvania jobs.
Girl Scouts can earn a Barbie-themed patch but critics say the iconic fashion doll isn't the right career role model for young girls.
Also: URA voting on terminal; Business volunteers to be honored; Pittsburgh ranks as affordable
In-church lessons in personal finance seen as a way to encourage support of missions
A Florida company guards its proprietary technology for selling houses.
Running a nonprofit organization for pet adoptions didn't mean they could stop worrying about money, the staff of CARMAA discovered.
Kate and Dave Martin made a connection among fighter jets and now share a bond in mechanics.
Consumers who visited the City-County Building last week found a buffet of valuable tidbits on the first floor of the nine-story landmark.
At a time when corporate-owned businesses seem to rule the marketplace, it’s worth noting that family-owned and operated businesses are
Our dealership group started back in the ‘70s. In 1970, my dad, Ron Lewis, was just out of college – a graduate of Bucknell University and
Sporting goods company ventures out with Field & Stream, helped by solid overall results last year.
Investors give American Eagle's report card a bad grade.
Also: Noble Energy has new HQ; Citizens finishes replacing ATMs; U.S. employers posted more job openings in January.
The universities saw double-digit jumps in their respective rankings on the highly visible annual list of law schools.
The political strategist says the legal profession has work to do before it achieves equality.
The Ontario-based Hazmasters Inc., a safety products company, has 14 branches in Canada and generates $80 million in revenue per year.
The Findlay sporting goods retailer this morning reported a profit of $138.6 million, or $1.11 per share, for the three months to Feb. 1.
The South Side teen clothing retailer had a rough holiday quarter and an even tougher 2013.
State House Republicans are trying to remove exceptions for parties to labor disputes from the state prohibitions on harassment.