The 86-year-old was awarded more than $2 million in damages for her 2011 fall at Providence Care Center.
The fast casual salad and burger restaurant will open locations at the Siena at St. Clair and at the Village at Pine developments.
A man has been arrested in the death of a coal company executive who was shot at a West Virginia cemetery where his wife is buried.
Health code violations were fixed, county health department says.
Eddie V’s, a Texas-based chain, has signed a lease for space in the Union Trust Building’s corner spot at Grant Street and Fifth Avenue.
UPMC hearing on South Hills hospital moved to October; Airbnb, others pay out billions beneath IRS’s radar, study finds
Plus: Nordstrom; Bank of America Corp.
The deal, if consummated, would create an industry giant whose products include antibiotics, genetically modified crops and pesticides.
Mr. Vignola, a former champion on Food Network’s “Chopped” in 2011, has revamped the menu for the Pittsburgh Bill’s Bar & Burger location.
Researchers want to learn more about the risks and costs of hundreds of thousands of wells drilled and abandoned before modern regulations.
No matter how rich a family is, wealth manager Gregory Curtis of Greycourt recommends spending no more than 3 or 4 percent of assets.
Retailer QVC is poised to get a second chance at more than $200,000 in refunds it says a cleaning supply company owes it for returned goods.
Utilities become more aggressive in managing vegetation around power lines and turn to herbicides as the most efficient way to clear brush.
The next several years could bring a glut of companies on the market, driving down valuations and giving new leverage to buyers.
“The more I work in the field of death, the more I think about my purpose, my human purpose,” said Arush Kalra of Peca Labs.
Darieth Chisolm swapped “old media” network television for “new media” in all its forms, including hosting a podcast, Hustle and Heart TV.
North Shore-based Confluence helps clients and regulators collect and make sense of investment data.
Succession plan calls for her three sons, Andre, Christopher and H. John IV, to serve as chairs in four-year rotations beginning in October.
UPMC will outline hospital plans at Pleasant Hills hearing Oct. 5
The two sides reached an undisclosed agreement over a Lycoming County gas well regulators said leaked methane into drinking water supplies.
Prices at the pump are expected to continue to rise, but crude oil prices will be the wild card in whether prices will rise sharply.
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: North Side's Sandwich Week brings attention to its eateries, dining strength
Pittsburgh’s East End-centric foodie buzz hasn’t exactly crossed the Allegheny River yet, but North Side’s annual event has become a draw.
The regulations issued by the Labor Department last week would double to $913 a week from $455 the overtime threshold for salaried workers.
Flying in the corporate jet, tax payments, and club dues are among the fringe benefits the Fortunate 50 received last year.
Job search specialist has a word of caution for aspiring candidates: Don’t get tripped up by small stuff or, more specifically, small talk.
When it comes to other employees it’s best to do as the boss says.
The Fortunate 50 were paid $338.3 million last year, with American Eagle, EQT, Mylan, PNC and PPG accounting for half of the list.
Simple solutions to solve the problem my be your best bet.
KWantera, based in the Strip District, is hoping to give complex energy analytics a broader reach.
While some river towns still struggle, these two boroughs north of the Allegheny have turned remnants of industry into “cool.”
PGW opens plant in China, Court denies PGW motions in age case, Lab director gets volunteerism award
Pittsburgh Glass Works opened a new windshield manufacturing plant in a joint venture with Shandong Jinjing Science & Technology Stock Co.
People who bought or leased 2016 General Motors SUVs with overstated gas mileage on the window sticker will be getting compensated
Developers who once might have pushed back now buy into greening strategies to complement their investments.
Legislation slowly winding its way through Congress would fund long-awaited improvements to the nation’s aging waterways infrastructure.
Regulators say a company responsible for a massive oil spill on California’s coast a year ago didn't do enough to prevent pipeline
A tank overflow has caused a spill of about 16,800 gallons of oil and more than 100,000 gallons of a mixture of saltwater and oil.
The state’s unemployment rate jumped to 5.3 percent, up from 4.9 percent, in March.
Opponents of shale gas drilling near the Mars School District campus asked a judge to throw out a leaseholders’ lawsuit against them.
A Downtown sculpture that has danced to the wind in a plaza on Stanwix Street has been sold at a Sotheby’s auction for $310,000.
Approval is needed by the New York State Department of Health. A committee held a hearing but put off making a recommendation until June 9.
Plus: ATI raising $250 million; Fiat Chrysler; LinkedIn; Apple; and Gap
GNC wants to shake the “historical stereotyping” image of an intimidating storefront tailored for body builders.
Sporting goods stores are closing all around the country.
Oxford Development wants to build a four-story apartment building on site of a former car dealership along the Boulevard of the Allies.
Pittsburgh Central Federal Credit Union and Teamsters Local 30 Federal Credit Union showed up on a “Likely to Merge” list.
The township plans to discuss the tax with the North Hills School District.
The website Inc.com recently included Mr. Laboon as one of the U.S.’s “25 Marketing Influencers Who Will Help You Dominate 2016.”
When you’re at an outdoor event and nature calls, few sights are as welcome as the portable toilet.
The state’s Independent Regulatory Review Commission ruled the Public Utility Commission has no authority to adopt limits on net metering.
“Simply put, Mickelson made money that wasn’t his to make,” Andrew Ceresney, head of the SEC’s Enforcement Division, said.
For a few hours Thursday, people were able to use their Uber apps to have puppies come to their place of work for a 15-minute visit.