Mayor Bill Peduto praised the hiring, citing Bjarke Ingels Group’s reputation, but one Hill District leader called it a “misstep.”
For an industry saddled with high debt, low commodity prices and a global oversupply, betting on energy stocks falling has become popular.
A Danish firm will design residences and public spaces to be built at the 28-acre site that will include the new U.S. Steel headquarters.
The region’s largest healthcare system pulled in more than $12 billion in the last fiscal year.
Almost eight in 10 American consumers say they would rather buy an American-made product than an imported one, according to a recent survey
If you need a comfortable four-person unit, the BMW will fit the bill without complaint.
Stand-alone birth practices can cut delivery costs up to 50 percent over traditional hospitals.
Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Advises Homeowners to Follow Insurers' Requests to Reduce Property Hazards, Avoid Loss of Coverage
With a critical vote in their takeover fight approaching, Mylan and Perrigo come out swinging in the final round.
The company hopes the True Value name will help its identity in new markets.
Unemployment applications dropped by 6,000 to 271,000 in the week ended Aug. 22, a Labor Department report showed today.
Pittsburgh families spend more on child care but less on health care.
The requirement is part of a lawsuit settlement reached last week between the township and a citizens group.
The planning commission is reviewing ordinances from other towns to determine what Wilkins should revise in its regulations.
Popular consumer brands pay their chief executive officers more than a thousand times what they pay their typical worker.
Business of Health
Cima Life operates out of a 10,000-square-foot facility where it designs, manufactures, tests and ships intraocular lenses to 30 countries.
Jameson officials announced they have issued a new request for proposals that, at the AG’s suggestion, may include bids from across the U.S.
Business / Law
Any time you bring a new brand into a market, or return one to a market after a long hiatus, there is a learning curve.
Alfa Romeo was re-entering North America with just one vehicle, the 4C Coupe, and there were very tight allocations on that one model.