Massachusetts firm takes space in new Uniontown facility; MSA Safety profits up 21 percent in first quarter
PTC Inc., Fay-Penn Economic Development Council, MSA Safety, Jameson Health System, TrueCar Inc.
Shell recently acquired land near the site of the proposed Beaver County complex and leased part of Beaver Valley Mall’s parking lot.
You can now buy stuff on Facebook using messaging bots. What’s less clear is whether you'll want to.
The Texas-based oil and gas producer reported average natural gas production was up in Pennsylvania from the previous quarter.
Seismologists say it is too early to say definitively if fracking triggered five quakes near the Ohio border on Monday.
A proposed Olympic-sized ice rink at Shadyside’s Hunt Armory could be flanked by a fitness center and sports medicine and rehab services.
The project is expected to cost $10 million. Northbank hopes to start construction in November and open the hotel at the start of 2018.
Forest City Enterprises is hoping to get a 300-unit apartment complex proposed for the east side of Station Square back on track.
Plus: Oil and gas prices weigh on EQT; Range Resources reports $92.7 million loss; Comcast buying DreamWorks Animation; Profit down at
The Pittsburgh investment manager waived fewer fees on money market funds during the first quarter, as higher rates boosted investor gains.
Among 12 cities nationwide, Pittsburgh leads in commitment of 68 million square feet of buildings reducing energy use.
The redesigned Volt is definitely a step in the right direction for General Motors, and a worthy choice even for supercommuters.
Low natural gas prices are partly to blame for Range Resources’ loss during the first quarter this year.
The company reported net income of $50.8 million, a 23 percent decrease from the $66 million recorded for the same period in 2015.
End customers whose industries depend on commodity prices are contributing to a small decrease in sales at the Station Square distributor.
Pennsylvania regulators asked federal officials to evaluate whether a bailout for struggling coal and nuclear plants was appropriate.
The oil and gas company is pumping more gas, but making less money with oil and gas prices dropping another 35 percent.
Initial ideas go before Pittsburgh City Council at 2 p.m. today and could be revamped before a final report is presented by May 27.
Universal Stainless reports first-quarter loss; DHS in talks with organizations to provide Medicaid services
Plus: Philips Respironics; Wyeth; South Side job fair; MyStylist app; Sports Authority; Anthem; Amazon; Ford recalls pickups and more.
If the U.S. International Trade Commission rules against the Pittsburgh steel producer, the White House could come to the rescue.
The temporary permission granted by the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the property at Fourth Avenue and Ross Street expired Sept. 15, 2013.
A physician has forecasted fewer hospital admissions and capitated payments for medicare care.
Smiley’s Pet Pad in Shadyside is closing after more than 45 years, but manager Brad Scheidmantel will open a new store in Point Breeze.
A DEP spokeswoman said Hilcorp Energy Co. stopped operations at its well site hours after the tremors in Lawrence County.
The Plum-based company said a $3.5 billion trust will pay out claims to thousands who said its asbestos caused cancer and other illnesses.
Some long-term care policyholders of Genworth, John Hancock, Metropolitan and Unum life insurance companies will see increases in rates.
New rates, 10.5 percent higher, would go into effect in January 2017, FirstEnergy Corp. said.
Sports Authority had discussed selling stores and intellectual property to rival chain Dick’s Sporting Goods and others prior to the filing.
EQT Corp. and American Petroleum Partners wonder if picking a stalking horse encourages or chills competition in Alpha’s gas auction.
In the ongoing struggle to balance providing coverage for employees while containing costs, prescription drugs have a place on center stage.
Plus: Ford Motor Co.; Fiat Chrysler; and E-commerce driving rise in retail layoffs, report says.
Banking electronically is not for everyone, shareholder tells PNC Bank CEO William Demchak at the bank’s annual meeting Tuesday.
Cheap imports, weak pricing continue to plague the Pittsburgh steel producer.
The rate increased in March as more people joined the workforce to look for work.
With its credit rating downgraded, Toshiba says its decreased financial ability fed into the decision to write down Westinghouse goodwill.
The Akron, Ohio-based energy company reported an earnings jump despite warmer weather sapping demand from its utility businesses.
The Pittsburgh steel producer’s trade complaint seeks to exclude all unfairly traded steel products from the U.S. market.
Third quarter revenue beats analysts’ expectations at II-VI Inc. by 6.4 percent, but earnings per share fall short of estimates.
The Wilmerding-based rail products manufacturer, coming off 19 percent growth in 2015, experienced a 2 percent first-quarter decline.
The Germany-based drug giant said its prescription medicines and consumer health products contributed to gains in first-quarter earnings.
The oil and gas driller and coal miner saw commodity prices further depressed in the first three months of 2016.
Trek Development Group is appealing a county judge’s ruling that negated variances for its plan.
The Justice Department approved the deal Monday, subject to court approval on the conditions.
Plus: Lanxess to acquire Chemours unit; Valeant names Perrigo’s Papa as CEO; New-home sales fall; and Fed to keep rates unchanged.
After losing $1.5 billion last year despite $815 million in savings, Mario Longhi believes the cyclical industry has seen the bottom.
A Harmar-based coal-to-liquids startup that once envisioned making lots of oil is now focusing on smaller scale plants to make chemicals.
The Pittsburgh specialty metals producer blames the deficit on labor troubles, ongoing woes at its flat rolled products unit.
There are signs that the plans are losing luster, as more retirees choose traditional plans with a Medigap supplement.
A $9.5 million investment has restored the final stage of generator maintenance and repair for power plants across the country.
This spring, seven companies are beautifying landscapes around Pittsburgh with a seal of approval from Phipps Conservatory.