The newspaper’s management says the sale is part of a larger “strategic growth plan.”
Mylan said that more than two-thirds of shareholders had backed the vote. It needed more than half in order to pursue the takeover.
For an industry saddled with high debt, low commodity prices and a global oversupply, betting on energy stocks falling has become popular.
Marinus Analytics has a software product, Traffic Jam, that mines the deep web for information and clues about trafficking operations.
The region’s largest healthcare system pulled in more than $12 billion in the last fiscal year.
Mayor Bill Peduto praised the hiring, citing Bjarke Ingels Group’s reputation, but one Hill District leader called it a “misstep.”
Almost eight in 10 American consumers say they would rather buy an American-made product than an imported one, according to a recent survey
The lockout affecting roughly 2,200 workers began Aug. 15. The workers’ last contract expired June 30.
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Cima Life operates out of a 10,000-square-foot facility where it designs, manufactures, tests and ships intraocular lenses to 30 countries.
A Danish firm will design residences and public spaces to be built at the 28-acre site that will include the new U.S. Steel headquarters.
Pittsburgh families spend more on child care but less on health care.
If you need a comfortable four-person unit, the BMW will fit the bill without complaint.
Michael Polite and Richard Taylor are the newest governing board members; three more members will be named at the end of the year.
Unemployment applications dropped by 6,000 to 271,000 in the week ended Aug. 22, a Labor Department report showed today.
The top U.S. retailer of guns and ammunition will stop selling semi-automatic rifles for lack of customers.
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Company events can be officially sanctioned gatherings, like a volunteer day building a playground, or small traditions that pop up.
Many companies list “honesty” and “integrity” among their core values, but citing them is much easier than putting them into practice.
In the world of logistics, perhaps the greatest compliment that can be given to a corporate leader is that he “keeps things going.”
The key to establishing an online brand through social media is developing a plan and sticking to it.
The American economy is growing, which ironically is making it harder for recruiters and companies to fill positions.
A 2013 survey found 26 percent of employees leave their companies because they don’t have career development opportunities.
There is no one way to design an office: Local firms in a variety of sectors use different philosophies to increase employee satisfaction.
Meetings are a key part of running an efficient company — but employers use different techniques to make such gatherings useful.
The goal for human resources departments — representing the employees — is always the same, even if the methods are not.
Jameson officials announced they have issued a new request for proposals that, at the AG’s suggestion, may include bids from across the U.S.
With a critical vote in their takeover fight approaching, Mylan and Perrigo come out swinging in the final round.
CEO Christina Cassotis said she wants to evaluate Pittsburgh International Airport’s needs before making a hire.
Stand-alone birth practices can cut delivery costs up to 50 percent over traditional hospitals.
The number of customers shopping for an electric supplier had dropped to an 18-month low in June.
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Popular consumer brands pay their chief executive officers more than a thousand times what they pay their typical worker.
The center on Liberty Avenue is showing signs of artistic life as it heads into an ongoing renewal phase.
Although retail prices could approach $500 a month for the female libido pill Addyi, its maker expects much lower co-pays for insured women.
Car prices keep going up, but so do recall notices being sent to car owners. It’s not a combination designed to make customers happy.
The company hopes the True Value name will help its identity in new markets.
Many are unsure about legal protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation because it’s not specifically mentioned in Title VII.
The former Unilife employee had claimed he was the subject of a retaliatory firing for pointing out a violation of FDA regulations.
The gift from Tata Consultancy Services, an India-based tech company, will build an innovation center on Forbes Avenue.
Morgan Culbertson, 20, of Churchill pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to designing and trying to sell Android phone controls.
Chicago developer Steven Beemsterboer said that he is putting the 4-acre site at the end of Grandview Avenue up for sale.
Energy commodities and the companies that unearth them suffered in Monday’s market plunge.
Cooler heads prevailed on Wall Street on Monday as a panic-stricken start turns into just another 500-point drop in the Dow.
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Consumer advocates say the added charges lack oversight and shift risk away from investors and onto ratepayers.
Restaurants and hotels are now part of Department of Labor’s Marcellus initiative to weed out wage and hour violations.
The recently launched Pittsburgh-based engine is being heralded by the Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative.
A rule proposed by EPA might spur new landfill gas-to-energy projects, if the case for using the gas is more compelling than burning it off.