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By 2029, up to 50 million will retired, with the potential to reshape the local workforce, economy and health care landscape.
Officials are still trying to determine how to regulate the new industry.
Forty-seven percent of Americans give to charities during the holidays they generally didn’t support at other times.
A dispute between former owners of a government contractor puts Michael Baker International on the hook for a $15.8 million court judgement.
Even a four-second interruption triples workers’ error rate.
Accutron II watches combine accuracy and style
This year, as the kids were rattling off what they wanted, I whispered to my husband, “Gift cards.”
You’ll make the most money by matching your goods with the best places to sell them.
Before setting 2015 goals, have to plan to make them a reality
Shouting matches and pouting can’t be tolerated in the workplace.
For those who alternate between credit and debit cards, here are five situations when you should always choose credit.
Oil and gas companies led the stock market up Friday, helping the Standard & Poor’s 500 index.
News from First Niagara, PPG Industries, Aetna, Kmart, Sears, T-Mobile and Chrysler.
The region’s largest real estate company just got bigger. The new company is a subsidiary of Hanna Holdings, Inc.
The state’s November unemployment rate was the lowest it has been in more than six years.
Lyft wants its drivers to be quirky and personable, leaving plenty of room for creativity.
Retailers can change online prices dozens of times per day.
The Thai company already owns Chicken of the Sea, another major U.S. provider of packaged seafood.
The easing of some restrictions will be “one of the best things to ever happen in the travel industry,” says one travel agent.
Spending strongest in consumer electronics and home improvement retailers.
The layoffs are part of an organizational restructuring, says the Buffalo-based bank.
PPG has been boosting its coatings business through acquisitions.
With the year winding down, we combed through all the advice The Oracle of Omaha has given us in 2014.
More business news on Ford recalls, MetLife, U.S. shippers, dockworkers contract talks.
Screw caps growing popular in market where cork once dominated.
A Cleveland developer is teaming with Buncher to build the complex, which will feature townhouses and penthouse lofts, among other spaces.
An upgrade for the make’s bottom-of-the-line model is an all-around improvement, but the reliability reports are not in yet.
The charges filed in Pittsburgh allege Ryan A. Gustafson, 27, was involved in spreading about $2 million in fake money.
Days that averaged about 77 degrees ended up reducing income by about $5 a day when compared with days that were about 20 degrees cooler.
Amazon shows off army of new robots designed to help workers meet holiday shipping crunch
Cuban-Americans, experts and advocates discuss the impact of President Obama’s announcement on Cuba.
New waves of holiday scams are cropping up that can compromise the good cheer of the season.
Federated analysts say the solid economic recovery, low inflation and historical indicators point to double-digit market gains next year.
Mission-related investing has received a boost from the so-called divestment movement.
Stocks log biggest gain in more than a year on Fed's 'patient' pledge
More business news on consumer prices, Philips, American Apparel, Avon, Panera Bread, The ExOne Company
The pricing models were developed to boost profits by raising rates on policyholders who are unlikely to shop around for a better price.
The shipping company blamed aircraft maintenance charges for an increase in its costs, which affected the earnings results.
McCaffery Interests CEO optimistic about Strip District produce terminal building redevelopment plans.
Renewable energy and efficiency projects over the next decade could add 5 gigawatts of capacity and generate $17.7 billion in investment.
The legislation is meant to encourage the construction of more housing for poor and working-class people.
Company officials say the forecast is pegged to the strengthening economy, tame inflation, and historical indicators related to politics.
The case concerns unpaid wages from work during breaks and in other circumstances.
These ten steps can help you celebrate a joyous holiday season wisely!
Business news from the First Energy, PNC Foundation, Mylan, Commerce Department, Amazon, Chrysler and Radio Shack
The drop in prices isn’t having an immediate impact because a lot of projects are already in the works, attorneys said.
Company news from Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti; Reed Smith; Sykes Elder Law; Keevican Weiss Bauerle & Hirsch.
The H-1B program: Is America shortchanging itself, or are we exploiting foreign-born students?
The Reed Smith roundtable included representatives from BNY Mellon, EQT, Highmark, MSA Safety, Giant Eagle and PNC.
As utility customers are undeniably shifting to online billing, Pennsylvania could put the brakes on penalties for those who prefer paper.