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Many relied on George Knapp for his guidance and wisdom, said Ken Moritz, who worked with him closely for the past 13 years at Stonewood.
Local Goodwill stores believe they were not hit by a security breach that may involve credit card data theft at franchise stores elsewhere.
As Lyft and Uber settle in Pittsburgh, Yellow Cab is preparing to launch a ride sharing app of its own.
Can high-priced, high-complexity academic health specialists survive at a time when insurers are trying to drive down the cost of care?
Report lists eight areas where DEP fell short of its obligations.
Analysts had expected the specialty metals producer to break even on sales of $1.06 billion.
The DEP will mark the first time it has released an official accounting of drilling-related pollution and diminution cases on its website.
Prolific natural gas production has upended the traditional flow of oil and gas, U.S. energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Monday at CMU.
As the NLRB revisits rulings regarding social media regulation in the work place, attorneys offered advice on drafting social media rules.
Also: Howard Hanna CEO now Children’s board chair; Verizon moves to equalize upload, download speeds.
Highmark spokesman Aaron Billger on Monday acknowledged there were billing problems for what he said amounted to “dozens” of members.
Apple has joined forces with IBM to invade the enterprise space.
Lack of pipelines from the Marcellus to New England meant gas prices skyrocketed this past winter
The recent push to modernize the electric grid has also raised the risk of cyber attacks.
A federal judge’s opinion adds to a recent series of decisions establishing the direction of overtime law as moving in workers’ favor.
People on the move
Many employers are asking whether wellness programs can deliver real results to their bottom line.
In 2006, Cynthia Robinson, sued R.J. Reyonolds Co., the maker of the Kool brand cigarettes her late husband, Michael Johnson Sr., had
People on the move
Business seminars, events and meetings this week.
A look back at the news: City block parry; Costly Consol; Tracking gas
When it comes to funding America’s dilapidated infrastructure, arcane pension accounting concepts are king of the road.
Some former execs receive millions for their oil and gas companies before ever breaking ground for natural gas drilling.
Live for as long as you can with your parents, relatives or anyone who will allow you to stay rent-free or charge you a superlow rent.
The project is examining everything from how much land is devoted to farming to how the supply chain processes and distributes food.
It suggests that the recession — for all its damage to the economy — did little to turn off millennials from the idea of owning a home.
The lull might reflect a tightening of the rules governing how often individuals can file or how much banks have been willing to lend.
Under the ACA, states can apply to use Medicaid funds to employ the mentally ill, under the theory steady employment is a form of treatment.
Heavier employees are more likely to lose their jobs or be passed over for positions than their thinner counterparts.
Dancers are encouraged to find “unity in diversity” at the first East Coast franchise of the legendary Millennium Dance Complex.
Today‘s questions tackle Mediasonic HW-150PVRs, a Comcast DVR and PC running Windows Media Center, and recording from a DVR to VHS.
This summer, a growing number of professionals are strategically using the downtime to rebalance.
Since the hiring manager has already endorsed you, the last thing you want to do is change his previously positive perceptions.
Insurance can be complicated, and if you don’t follow the rules you can run into “gotchas” that can cost an arm and a leg.
Local executives gathered Friday morning to discuss the impact of India‘s new prime minister on the Pittsburgh community.
There are fewer people working in Pennsylvania than there were at the start of the Great Recession.
Lyft joins Uber in seeking an emergency order from the state Public Utility Commission so it can continue its ride-sharing service legally.
Bank of New York Mellon said it will hang on to its corporate trust business, which had been under review for a possible sale.
The Pittsburgh Stock & Bond Association started 90 years ago as a social club for the city’s wealthiest residents.
Funding delays mean repairs to many locks and dams in the region that were to be done by 2004 may not be completed for another 10 years.
PPG will sell the facility and all of its assets to Chinese automotive manufacturer Fuyao Glass America Inc.
While the unemployment rate was unchanged, 22,000 fewer people were working.
The parties are scheduled to finish filing briefs on the issues in September with oral arguments set for October.
It will hang on to its corporate trust business, which was under review for a possible sale, after reporting profits slumped 33 percent.
Sen. Claire McCaskill said GM‘s Michael Millikin had been warned several times about potential liability from a defective ignition switch.
East Liberty development projects move ahead; Highmark, Indiana County hospital reach agreement; North Shore company reports high income
British Deputy Consul General Nick Astbury is in Pittsburgh to rub elbows with local tech leaders and promote the Great Tech Awards.
The decision also upholds the law’s limits on what doctors can disclose about proprietary chemicals used in the gas extraction process.
Downtown-based coatings and glass producer reported second-quarter sales of $4.1 billion, compared to $3.9 billion in the year-ago period.