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More than half of all U.S. renters spend more than 30 percent or more of their income on housing.
Federated Investors sees less robust market advance, measured increase in interest rates in 2014.
Researchers have developed a method to extract bromide from shale wastewater in an inexpensive way.
The Pittsburgh Foundation has doubled the matching funds it will provide to area food banks during its current holiday appeal.
Mayor-elect Bill Peduto's staff said making the changes now would create "a very difficult effect" on the new administration's finances.
Zukin Realty and its partner Collaborative Ventures, along with the city of Pittsburgh, are considering altering an exclusivity agreement.
Financial services and accounting firm BDO Inc. announced today it was expanding into Pittsburgh by acquiring Alpern Rosenthal.
The stock market and interest rates will grind higher, taking the S&P 500 index to 2,000 or higher but keeping 10-year Treasuries below 4%.
A former executive at PPG Industries in Pittsburgh told police that he was trying to kill himself last weekend.
Exactly what someone ends up paying would depend on her credit score, and a consumer advocacy group questions whether that's fair.
Here are a few things some friends and I came up with that we'd like to see on cars -- some far-fetched, but some not so much.
Pennsylvania 's rehabilitation, long-term acute care and psychiatric hospitals all showed positive operating margins in 201.
Fewer tax collectors bring in more wage tax, but is it enough to lower tax rates?
Mayor-elect Bill Peduto said Wednesday developers from Texas, Ohio and Pennsylvania have talked to him.
Acquired in June by 3G Capital and Berkshire Hathaway, the Pittsburgh food company reported sales volume fell 1.5 percent.
Federal regulators finally begin moving on one of the most complicated portions of the 2010 revamp of financial regulation.
Titan Arm's creators say it's designed for ordinary people -- those who need either physical rehab or a little extra muscle for work.
FAB Universal failed to disclose a $16.3 million bond offering made by an affiliate and guaranteed by its chairman.
Dick’s is testing some in-store NHL shops, which is a first for the league and the company. The experiment could eventually grow.
Highmark says it has seen improvement in the pace of new customers enrolling for coverage through the federal health insurance exchange.
Alcoa executive Randall Scheps said aluminum isn't just for high-priced German luxury cars anymore.
The Pittsburgh Foundation aims to raise $200,000 through a holiday appeal to fund the region's food banks and pantries.
Fred Gunter plans to continue selling outdoor gear and equipment online, teach kayaking and rock climbing classes and lead adventure trips.
Pennsylvania is competing with at least a dozen other states in an effort to land a Boeing jet assembly plant.
Anthony Cugini is suspected of using his industry contacts to help a local charity, Holy Family Institute.
Canonsburg-based Rice has drilled 48 wells, most of them in Washington County (and many named after superheroes).
The two completed their deal Monday to create the world's biggest airline.
3-D printers have been used to make artificial body parts, guns and even cars, but Cnet.com is making pizza.
PPG Foundation taps into its partnership with the Pittsburgh Zoo as a model of investing in corporate philanthropy.
O'Hara-based Giant Eagle Inc. has acquired Rx21 Specialty Pharmacy, which specializes in medications used for complex treatment
The fourth plane involved in the terrorist attacks came down on property owned by Svonavec Inc. The Department of the Interior condemned it.
Disney Research in Pittsburgh is using novel technology to add interactivity to the physical world.
Come March, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will have supervisory authority over nonbank student loan servicers.
Same-sex spouses will be eligible for health care coverage starting Jan. 1 at a number of major railway companies.
The Corbett administration wants the Third Circuit to settle a question of law related to Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage.
An IP case over Christmas lights has ended with severe sanctions for the Chinese company accused of violating two U.S. patents.
Less than a third of small businesses have insurance to cover employee fraud, and only half make regular checks of inventory.
As law firms try to be more creative with how they get paid, they're taking a hard look at the future of the billable hour.
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Politics makes strange bed fellows, as is apparent in the fight over the food stamp program.
A review of five communities shows one in four inspections are late.
Also: Can't survive on $7.25; Deadline for retirees; Goodwill seeks cash donations.
Many people do not claim the deductions -- either because they fear being audited or they may not even be aware that it is possible.
Marcellus Shale jobs' impact is not as clear here as in other states. The estimates can vary by a factor of 10, and the debates are heated.
The period between Thanksgiving and the start of a New Year is an excellent time to work on your portfolio.
Here are tips for starting 2014 with a sound financial plan.
My top vintage gear recommendation is Ohm Walsh speakers from Ohm Acoustics.
The mayor-elect's chief innovation and performance officer said collaboration could make Pittsburgh a model for sustainability.
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