While all the empty buildings hold the promise of redevelopment, officials say it might take a year or more before that happens.
The Homestead restaurant company is flush with cash after selling its hospitality division and has new venues planned.
President Barack Obama signed a law Wednesday redefining what constitutes a “small employer,” and how employees must get health insurance.
James Gill, the airport's COO, said about $10 million in projected drilling revenue will be earmarked toward the reduction.
Investigators from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded on-site reviews of the infection “cluster” this week.
The city’s stadium authority board agreed to give Continental Real Estate Companies until Nov. 30 to purchase the land for the complex.
AGs settle with website that sold language course CDs; First Niagara donates to school mentoring program
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Kimbal Musk reaped millions from selling a company he ran with older brother Elon. Then he found his passion in funding school gardens.
Age appears to be a determining factor in what sacrifices parents and grandparents are willing to make for college-age family members.
Seniors at risk of facing higher Medicare costs next year would avoid the increases under Senate legislation, the senator said.
In addition, Macy's will transfer the rights to the Tic Toc and Arcade Bakery trademarks to the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority.
2016 Scion iM and iA: A little something new.
PennEnvironment executive director David Masur said today that the company only recently offered to discuss the violations.
The parties plan to spend $640 million over the next six years building out a network of gas and water pipelines to develop the Utica Shale.
More news from Shell; Zeke’s Coffee Roasters; St. Louis taxi files suit to block Uber; Northern Pa. glass; U.S. consumer; and AB InBev.
Astrobotic gets another customer to take in its race to the moon as competition heats up.
Highmark and other health insurers may wait years for government assistance promised under the Affordable Care Act.
Mayor Bill Peduto joined security guards and union officials in praising the contract that supports close to 1,000 security officers.
The health giants contested language in a consent decree about how Highmark’s Medicare Advantage members should be covered.
Renovations to the rink also include a more efficient process for making and maintaining ice.
The study found one in five baby boomers and Gen Xers display attitudes that limit their willingness to move forward in financial planning.
The building’s fate has been up in the air for years.
Equipment problems and other issues are keeping a lid on production at Horsehead’s North Carolina zinc plant.
The Allegheny County Health Department cited Zeke's for operating without a permit and other violations.
Nearly 20-25 percent of tickets for tonight’s game are being sold through StubHub.
The European Court of Justice found that European data is not sufficiently protected in the United States.
Detectives said that Shawn Hofmeister took a total of $185,952 from Meritage.
The city stadium authority board is expected to vote today on whether to give Continental Real Estate Companies more time.
One-game playoff between Pirates and Cubs will generate millions in direct spending and provide the city with free national promotion.
Covestro raises almost $2 billion in first trading day; Eat’n Park sells hospitality division to TrustHouse
More news from Allegheny Technologies; Giant Eagle; U.S. Steel; Wabtec; and U.S. trade.
The justices will hear arguments today on whether UPMC must include Highmark’s Medicare Advantage members in its network next year.
Iron City Ventures won the right to redevelop the property in 2012, but was unable to deliver on its project.
John Ashe faces conspiracy- and bribery-related charges along with five others.
New water treatment plant will be built regardless of whether Shell goes forward with an ethane cracker in Beaver County.
Pittsburgh steel producer said challenging market conditions may lead it to temporarily halt steel-making operations at the mill.
The sale of non-core coal reserves has been promised for months.
Bridgeville metals producer reaches labor agreement; Calgon Carbon deals expected to generate $20M in revenue
Plus: Lawrenceville adhesive company gets investment, Alcoa in contract with Airbus, Trian takes stake in GE, American Apparel in
Something significant on the Net happened recently — it ran out of IP addresses.
New accounting is designed to share more details than traditional government stats can provide about what was going on, and what went wrong.
Report prepared by the BlueGreen Alliance found missteps in the closure of Hatfield and Mitchell coal power plants in 2013.
A Pennsylvania judge ruled the $21 million agreed upon by Travelers and plaintiff, should have $15 million in interest tacked on to it.
Contractors and subcontractors have less clout in securing prompt payment on government projects now.
State budget stalemate has nonprofits that provide human services scrambling for funds and ways to keep their doors open to those in need.
Analysts reiterated their confidence that prices will continue to fall throughout autumn.
The contracts will generate annual revenue of approximately $20 million, the Moon environmental products and services firm said.
As utilities step away from costly R&D into carbon capture and sequestration, will new markets fill the void?
Following a website crash last year, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is using a lottery this year to sell sought-after spirits.
The new domain includes enhanced security features to combat the growing threat of cyber crime.
Researchers at the University of Missouri found even 10-minute jaunts can help offset reduced blood flow caused by sitting.
“What you have in Pittsburgh is rare,” said the director of survey research and communication for the National Association of Realtors.