This week, the U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said it has launched an investigation into the pricing of EpiPen.
As the hospital system’s net patient revenue rose, the share from insurer Highmark was down 8 percent from the previous year.
After a long wait, attorneys, court employees, and other tenants finally can return to their offices or businesses.
The EU Competition Commission said “Ireland must now recover the unpaid taxes in Ireland from Apple for the years 2003 to 2014.”
Employers in Pennsylvania have added 3,900 positions since July 2015, boosted by strong hiring in the services industry.
In the year since the plastics and chemicals producer was spun out of Bayer, it is trying to make an imprint among employees and community.
Pitt and Carnegie Mellon are collaborating with the White House on an October “Frontiers Conference” exploring innovation.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Celebrates Grand Opening of New Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection Store in State College, Centre County
The move dramatically escalates the fight over whether America’s biggest corporations are paying their fair share around the world.
For years, Hershey has been the subject of takeover speculation. And for years, deal talks have sputtered and died.
Sorting through portable power banks chargers to get power on the go.
Creating the “right” power of attorney is frequently the key to the success or failure of a person’s intentions for his or her estate.
Williams’ board is the latest flash point over the future of the Tulsa, Oklahoma-based pipeline giant with operations in the Marcellus
A bill in the Pennsylvania House would require Marcellus Shale operators to pay a $2 million bond per well.
Technology industry veteran and board member Ajei Gopal will become chief executive of the Canonsburg company in January.
Nikolay Ivanov played viola for orchestras in his native Bulgaria and later in the U.S. Now he’s settled on South Side, at Big Dog Coffee.
Business of Health
In settlement, retired Mercer County doctor John Balko accepts no liability in billing for services that were not necessary.
Wolf administration moves forward on Community HealthChoices plan to manage health and long-term care for older, disabled Pennsylvanians.
Business / Law
Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission officials plan to begin testing on the toll road within the next year.
The Marshall board of supervisors approved an application filed by PEBB Wexford LLC for Tesla Motors Inc. to open a store on Perry Highway.