Local numbers were higher than the 5.5 percent rate for Pennsylvania and the national jobless rate at 4.7 percent.
The many proposed and announced chemical projects in Appalachia will have to fight to get their workers. That’s a good problem, all agree.
Plus: Jewish Federation; Dow Chemical; Fiat Chrysler; and Airbnb.
California regulators are expected to decide Tuesday whether to drop objections to the state's last nuclear plant in return for its closure.
Oakland City Council voted to kill a plan to use a proposed marine terminal to transport Utah coal to Asia.
Retailer has agreed to offer buyers full refunds or send repair crews to ensure the dressers are properly anchored in homes.
Marking an end to an era, 60 new silver Toyota Scions with the zTrip logo drove off the lot Tuesday as part of the new 125-car fleet.
The deal with Bank @lantec could be a blueprint for further similar mergers with mutual banks, Dollar Bank president and CEO says.
That number grew to $5 billion more than previously reported on the eve of a settlement to be filed today in a San Francisco court.
Some families concerned about the Zika virus are looking to commercial sprays to treat their property.
Plus: New Zealand; Diet Pepsi with aspartame returning to U.S. shelves; and Chipotle launches loyalty program
CEO Cynthia Hundorfean is upbeat about AHN’s prospects and exploring direct contracting with employers, a model used at Cleveland Clinic.
Incompetent scammers, Apple e-book refunds and more.
Even for those who exercise every day, prolonged sitting has been associated with heart disease, low metabolism and “dormant butt syndrome.
One set of Pennsylvania’s updated drilling rules is headed for publication and the other must start over.
More large firms across the country are beefing up their intellectual property practices.
Fair View Energy faces a $90,000 fine for a year of unlicensed sales, but its lawyer called the state’s regulations a “legal maze.”
The bill would keep companies from paying leaseholders less than a 12.5 percent royalty for natural gas.
“We’re involving them in decisions,” Cynthia Hundorfean said in her first public comments since taking over at Allegheny Health Network.
Despite demand for gasoline being at an all-time high, global pressures continue to pull pump prices down.
Early indications suggest that banking stocks will continue to struggle, say market analysts.
Breitling Energy’s CEO and seven others allegedly defrauded investors out of about $80 million over the past five years, the SEC said.
The Flex Robotic System is now the centerpiece of a $130 million privately-held Medrobotics based in Massachusetts.
After the zinc plant he worked at for 40 years closed, mechanic Randy Shawger goes back to school and ends up teaching at Rosedale Tech.
Michael Mykita, a local entertainer who plays a variety of characters, got his start as a systems analyst at a steel mill.
It’s not uncommon for a caregiver child to move in to take care of a parent, thus possibly curtailing their own career and earning ability.
Pennsylvania Association of Credit Management, KU Resources Inc., Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Cranberry, Federated Investors Inc.
There are options out there when it comes to replacing a bit of turntable history.
A major assessment involving hundreds of excavations is likely to unearth long-abandoned pipeline practices.
The tiny borough of Confluence has seen a burst of tourism from the Great Allegheny Passage but some worry about future economic prospects.
“ I’m feeling very powerless and unsure about what to do.”
The expanded network of seismic monitors will provide an open and ongoing record of shaking beneath Pennsylvania.
The $13.2 million facility will be built in the Trees Field Complex along Robinson Street Extension in Oakland.
Legislation passed the state House that would permit slot machines and internet gambling at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Organization protests Highmark’s denial of coverage; Workforce investment board receives Labor Department grant; Mylan launches generic drug to treat enlarged prostate
News from American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, Mylan
And a combination of factors could make the next couple of months strong ones, as well.
Finding someone to evaluate malfunctioning treadmill or elliptical machine and fix it quickly often was as sweat-inducing as a 10-mile run.
The prime minister, his voice cracking with emotion, said he would do everything he could to “steady the ship” over the coming months.
The day’s turbulence was accompanied by a chorus of central-bank assurances that policy makers stand ready to intervene.
Clients at Pittsburgh investment advisory firms seemed to keep their composure amidst the haze of uncertainty and plunging stock prices.
Consumer Reports combed the company’s press information and Tesla's social media to create this FAQ.
A week after starting flights to five destinations from Pittsburgh International Airport, the CEO believes there’s a void in service here.
The statup is suing the company from selling an educational toy in the U.S. that allegedly rips off Digital’s patented game technology.
“When you get old and you are unable to hear, you are completely isolated from what’s going on around you,” said Sen. Jim McDermott.
Plus: Feds: Yuengling settles Clean Water Act violations and Illinois insurance co-op sues feds over health law payments
A spokesman said the Pittsburgh insurer is often contacted by others interested in purchasing it or other non-core Highmark businesses.
The latest survey by the J.D. Power consulting firm determined that quality improved for 21 of 33 auto brands in the survey.
Gill Pratt said the future will be cars that anyone, including children and the elderly, can ride in on their own, and robots in homes.
Akhil Mishra, who owned Giggles on Smithfield Street, will join his wife in India after pleading guilty in federal court.
The beermaker will pay approximately $7 million for improvements and $2.8 million in fines for wastewater issues.