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Individuals can show support for the region’s arts and cultural groups through online contributions during Thursday’s Arts Day of Giving.
The area’s biggest bank increased its share of retail deposits to 50.6 percent as of June 30, up from 49.9 percent a year earlier.
Unemployment remains steady in the Pittsburgh region even though employers reported cutting jobs.
Three months after taking to the skies, PEOPLExpress has been grounded with both of its planes out of commission.
The deal brokered to save the August Wilson Center for African American Culture will leave some creditors without a payday.
The government disclosed data Tuesday in a new effort to spotlight potential ethical conflicts in medicine.
PayPal’s impending split from longtime partner eBay Inc. will ratchet up its appeal to online retail competitors.
Once, apprenticeships were regarded as a respectable start into working life for school leavers and a key pillar of Germany’s economy.
Also: Pittsburgh tuna company replacing retiring leader; China company acquires Scottdale transformer maker.
The proposed liquefied natural gas, or LNG, export terminal would be the closest one to the Marcellus Shale region.
Business succession plans can be hard to develop — and harder still for PR firms, which hold intangible, difficult-to-price assets.
Family physician Malcolm Harris says his name was wrongly included in a UPMC listing of 1,600 doctors who will not be in Highmark’s network.
The Affordable Care Act and the Highmark-UPMC breakup mean the normal open-enrollment period dynamics have been turned on their heads.
Pittsburgh’s law schools are holding fast to tried-and-true approaches, as others look at creative ways to increase enrollment.
Too many people with good driving records in low-to-moderate-income households can’t find affordable car insurance.
Also: credit holds; the Oscar for Best Picture with a Drone?; I do it Microsoft way; the annoyance game; and testing the iPhone 6.
For midsized law firms, daily life is marked by constantly balancing between keeping an active practice and managing strategic operations.
People on the move.
A decision by an FINRA panel should remind companies that hiring multiple employees from a competitor may lead to a “raiding” lawsuit.
Also: Board member appointed West Penn Multi-List head; unintended acceleration in Toyota Corollas eyed.
Federal regulators approved Monday night plans for the closest proposed liquefied natural gas export terminal to the Marcellus Shale.
The unemployment rate in the Pittsburgh region has remained steady for three months now.
Sam Hwi Lee has been in the post since November 2012 and on the board since 2008.
Crude oil and frack sand are fast-growing darlings of the nation’s largest railroads.
A pro-export organization is making its way to Pennsylvania, fighting for a streamlined approval process
Report is expected to include farms’ impact on the state’s landscape, wildlife and electric grid.
On a sunny afternoon in Rankin, Steven Kovacik shined his flashlight down the long tunnel that once served as an active blast furnace. He
New vice president of operations for Duquesne Light discusses safety, workforce
FirstEnergy Corp. is eliminating a health care subsidy for retirees beginning Jan. 1, affecting 8,500 former employees.
Children’s health insurance gave immigrants the confidence to start businesses and succeed, Harvard researcher says.
Consol retirees who became managers say losing some of their benefits will hurt them financially.
The average fee for using an out-of-network ATM climbed 5 percent over the past year to a new high of $4.35 per transaction.
The battery maker started manufacturing in March at the former Sony plant in Westmoreland County.
Project to ship ethane from Ohio to Canada moves forward.
The state might have used incomplete, inaccurate data to decide whether chemicals leaking from a shale wastewater site contaminated a well.
After years on the sidelines, Iron City is finding success again by tapping into the city’s sports teams.
A new service aims to help firms more accurately track time employees spend of varying tasks.
PTT Global Chemical and Marubeni Corp. are looking at Washington County and two other sites for possible ethane cracker project.
Scan a product’s bar code with this smartphone app -- and up pops a record of campaign contributions made by the company.
Six months and more of looking for work wears down the hardiest of job seekers.
There’s an interesting subplot in SEC letters that question a company’s accounting practices.
The business week in review.
Understanding reverse mortgages and their implications are important in avoiding surprises later.
As PPT marks its 40th season, Ted Pappas, the longtime artistic director, wins raves for being professional and personable.
People on the move
The aging of the U.S. population will put long-term care into focus.
Don Lindich’s top recommendation is the Outlaw Audio RR2150 for $699.
Words such as “fresh,” “real,” and “artisinal” sound appealing but often are marketing tactics.
Instead of confronting a rogue group singlehandedly, you need to partner with your manager.
Business meetings, events and seminars this week.