The store off McKnight Road is the off-price division of Seattle-based Nordstrom, and is the fifth location in Pennsylvania.
The focus on customer service means that when Amazon receives a complaint the shopper — not the merchant — gets the benefit of the doubt.
The 115-year-old Strip District contractor says becoming a publicly trade company will allow it to expand services, enter growth markets.
The state can require some inactive retirement accounts be liquidated and the cash handed over to the Pennsylvania Treasury Department.
New students won’t be able to use federal student loans and grants to enroll at ITT Educational Services Inc.
Hoping to score affordable seats to a concert, play or sporting event? Good luck. Unscrupulous brokers are sending prices through the roof.
The Federal Reserve chair stopped short of signaling any timetable for the next rate hike.
The chairman and chief executive of KeyBank’s parent company expects its merger with First Niagara will combine synergistic cultures.
Consumers offset corporate cutbacks by spending at the fastest pace in six quarters.
Comparing the 2016 Nissan Sentra 1.8 SR CVT and 2016 Chevrolet Cruze Premier — a small sedan shoot-out.
Vice President Joe Biden says the U.S. believes a natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany “looks like a fairly bad deal” for Europe.
Duke University alleges the former Chesapeake Energy CEO and Duke alumnus made pledges that were unpaid at the time of his death.
A study released by the Kauffman Foundation shows the region last among 40 metro markets according to the rate new businesses are created.
The university will use a $500,000 King Mellon grant to develop programs that match students with skills they need in the job market.
Business of Health
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is the alarming outcome of repeated blows to the head, but proof of this is still in doubt for some.
As a new football season gets underway, parents with children involved in contact sports are torn between competing views of concussions.
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.