Major oil producers such as non-member Russia and cartel leader Saudi Arabia have seen oil prices fall and reduce revenues to budgets.
Mr. Trump holds out the promise of stripping away regulations, appointing business-friendly officials and overhauling the tax code.
Moderate and liberal Democrats are trying to figure out how to tap into the populist unrest that convulsed both parties in 2016.
Here’s a sampling of extravagant gifts for sale in stores right now across the city.
Jeff Ballou will be the club’s 110th president and the first African-American man to hold the position.
A Full-service grocery or a Target are a hard sell for Downtown despite the clamor for them.
Health care companies finally get in on the rally.
The Downtown-based paints and coatings producer said it will restructure because of sluggish markets. The cuts include 1,700 jobs worldwide.
IG will examine Medicare drug rebates; AT&T customers begin getting refunds; state posts medical marijuana regs
Office of Inspector General to look into Medicaid drug rebate oversight
A Green Tree solar developer wants a state court to block utility regulators from implementing restrictions on the clean energy incentive.
About 380 registered nurses have been working without a contract since February and they gave the hospital a 10-day strike notice Friday.
Verizon said it would not take part in the update because some Galaxy Note7 users do not have another device to switch to.
U.S President-elect Donald Trump has asked Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn to head his White House National Economic Council, a group
More than a dozen food safety violations were found at the Atwood Street eatery, including rodent droppings in the kitchen.
The Downtown-based paints and coatings maker said the cuts will include about 1,700 jobs, or 3.6 percent of its worldwide workforce.
Urban Redevelopment Authority approves another round of environmental testing for part of the Hill District site.
Repeated violations were found at sites in Greene and Washington counties, with regulators halting new permits for months.
The new permits will apply to more types of equipment and emissions than are covered by federal rules.
Plus: Excela Health swings into the black; State to get part of $19.5M Bristol-Myers Squibb settlement; and more.
If Ross also approves the idea, some of the tax revenue generated by the development would be used to pay for infrastructure improvements.
That doesn’t mean the 2017 version is bad, but not much stands out.
A federal judge gave doughnut shop founder Ron Razete five years of probation for hiding his business assets and cheating on income taxes.
The Pittsburgh steelmaker says 10,000 workers industrywide, not at U.S. Steel, may be recalled because of optimism over the president-elect.
The Columbus, Ohio, developer will brief the city planning commission on the 182,700-square-foot building Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission established regulations under which companies, like Uber, Lyft and zTrip will operate.
The Justice Department says an executive at a packaged seafood company has agreed to plead guilty in a price-fixing conspiracy.
The president of United Steelworkers Local 1999 says 550 people will actually be losing their jobs.
The drug maker said it is still working on details of the cost reduction plan.
Plus: Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney join forces with Jeb Bush; Trian, hungry for more, takes a bigger bite of Wendy's and more.
In 2015 the Allegheny County DA’s office was victimized, paying $1,400 for the decryption key for a computer that had been taken over.
After 30-plus years in the Navy, Victory Media’s new chief operating officer is getting used to a civilian wardrobe and life off the base.
GNC Holdings Inc. agreed to reform its practices following a federal investigation into how a misbranded product reached its shelves.
OneJet, a regional airline geared mainly to business customers, will start weekday nonstop flights to Albany and Richmond in March.
The giant Arkansas retailer’s decision not to go ahead with the Blazier Drive store comes after Giant Eagle acquires land Walmart eyed.
While Republicans trimmed an extension of health care to four months, Sen. Bob Casey called it a “profound betrayal” of miners.
The North Side eatery was operating without a health permit.
Opponents of Dakota Access oil pipeline who have been protesting in a camp in North Dakota rode out a blizzard at shelters and a casino
Duquesne-based KU Resources will assess the extent of environmental contamination at the 128-acre publicly owned arena site.
Plus: Drugmaker Mylan may trim workforce; Regulators ask Pa. high court to overturn stay on drilling rules; and more.
Regulatory uncertainty contributed to the decision to abandon independent operations at the Homestead headquarters, CEO Andy Chomos said.
The energy firm is asking a judge to prevent Homer City from being sold and from buying coal from anyone except Consol.
A new voting website is driven by AI and research on how opinions and preferences can be combined to reach a collective decision.
The Autonomous Vehicle Policy Task Force report recommends balancing safety with innovation in developing self-driving vehicles.
Fees meant to offset the impacts of Marcellus Shale drilling have been spent on salaries and swimming pools, the state Auditor General said.
The 142-suite hotel next to PPG Paints Arena gets a makeover six years after opening.
Plus: Gas prices may start rising; United Airlines settles with SEC; Credit Suisse fined by Finra over money-laundering controls; and more.
Seniors may find their medications are no longer 'preferred.'
Most new products have bugs or fixable flaws that don’t emerge until real users have had a chance to try it out
Srvd lets customers order and pay for drinks from their phones, and helps out bartenders and bar owners, too.
The Allegheny County DA’s office was among hundreds of thousands of victims of a now-shuttered international cybercrime operation.