The nuclear company’s Japanese parent used its own, lower figures for cost overruns at a Westinghouse project, revising the company’s
Mortgage lenders of a property up for tax sale had better pay close attention to whether the house is vacant or occupied when it is sold.
Midsize firms should center on a unified message that sets the firm apart from its competition.
USW will not allow vote on Allegheny Technologies contract proposal; FirstEnergy warns of scams; Pittsburgh scores well in credit card debt report
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Grace Bochenek is asking the national lab to imagine energy needs decades in the future.
In December 2012, when People’s Natural Gas set out to become Pennsylvania’s largest natural gas utility by acquiring Equitable Gas Co., it
That’s good news for those who rely on gas heating and electricity, but it could be bad news for drillers who are being hit by low prices.
The combination of Wilmerding-based Wabtec and Faiveley is expected to create a business with annual revenues of about $4.5 billion.
Mylan plans to continue pressing ahead with its own unsolicited effort to buy over-the-counter drug specialist Perrigo.
A switchback ramp from the Smithfield Street Bridge to the Mon Wharf and a connector to Point State Park begin construction next spring.
Of the new enrollees, nearly 37,000 are from Allegheny County, according to state statistics.
The hospital implemented its Emergency Operations Plan after the broken line caused water to flow into several elevator shafts and a
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A memo, a meeting and $100,000 in campaign contributions preceded a railroad’s change of fortunes.
Tom Corbett’s election to the governorship, and even his inauguration, leaned heavily on Marcellus Shale gas firms.
The “Your Money & You” host has become popular not only here, but around the country.
Lois Mufuka Martin is leading the initiative for the United Way.
New research from Duquesne University delves into values of millennials and how they compare with baby boomers and Gen X workers.
Overcapacity and a strong dollar are among the woes such companies face.
Julian Gray and Frank Petrich discuss the right time to contact an elder law attorney.
Siva Cycle Atom converts the energy of your ride into charging power for your device.
Attacks by so-called “dark money” groups aren’t new. But some are troubled by the volume of these ads, especially during a budget debate.
Last week’s flurry of national media attention on the city’s charms has become the new normal.
Natural gas industry clout has contributed to the failure of repeated bids for a severance tax.
The relationship between state Republicans and the Marcellus Shale gas industry was forged in Tom Corbett’s campaign.
Hotel Indigo’s owner is in hot water with the Urban Redevelopment Authority for fencing in a URA-owned parking lot near the development.
Diana Block is the great-granddaughter of Paul Block, who bought The Blade in 1926 and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 1927.
The announcement came after Japanese media reported the automaker had decided to end production in the U.S. to focus on Asian markets.
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The services help people who become disabled or are born with disabilities who’ve gained wealth.
The deal comes just three weeks after the insurer Aetna bid $35 billion for Humana.
A Hotel Indigo and Marriott Residence Inn will add to the neighborhood’s space amid greater hotel boom in the city.
The Sprout Fund is among organizations hoping to show employers the value of the low-cost certifications.
Alcoa completes acquisition of RTI; Matthews International declares dividend; Lanxess expects earnings to top forecasts
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The federal benefits program has doled out $111.1 million to more than 1,000 Pennsylvanians who worked at nuclear weapons facilities.
An independent foundation notified Mylan that it has exercised its call option to acquire 488.4 million Mylan preferred shares.
Wabtec reported net income of $101.5 million, or $1.05 per share, up from $88.7 million, or $0.92 per share, in the year-ago quarter.
The city launched the project last fall, stating the street would be closed for eight months, now it won’t reopen until the end of the year.
One of its only two obstetricians is departing, and childbirth services will no longer be offered in a few weeks.
Switching to a state health insurance exchange might offer cheaper, better-tailored coverage for thousands of Pennsylvanians, analysts say.
The company released results from a blockbuster Utica well but said it’s still coming up the learning curve.
How patients feel about their stay has become more than a public relations exercise for hospitals.
This week, we’ll introduce them. Next week, we’ll sit inside. But no one gets to go for a ride until the final week.
The sturdy jobs picture together with a strengthening housing market brings the Federal Reserve a step closer to raising interest rates
Pearson earlier today had confirmed it was in advanced talks on the possible sale of the London-based FT Group.
European Commission said it had charged them with limiting access across the European Union to pay-TV services.
On a per-share basis, net income rose 10 percent to 22 cents from 20 cents.
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A major Consol shareholder says it will push for sales, spinoffs and other measures to boost company value.