Allegheny Health Network will not renew contract of West Penn Hospital neonatologist, Alan Lantzy, who has been with the system for 37
The work will pave the way for redevelopment of the Boulevard of the Allies property.
The former Equitable Resources Building is being marketed for sale, along with the former Del Monte/Big Heart Pet Brands building.
Plus: Lawsuit over U.S. Steel bonuses advances; Allegheny Technologies ends dividend; and more.
The tough supermarket climate has led more grocery chains to consolidate, even as industry players take steps to pare costs.
The deal, worth about $1.7 billion, creates one of the largest rail equipment companies in the world with annual revenues of $4.2 billion.
The state ordered a 40 percent reduction in injection of saltwater that scientists generally blame for the massive increase in earthquakes.
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Crooks attach card skimmers to card readers at ATMs, gas pumps and checkout counters, allowing them steal credit and debit card numbers.
The Wilmerding company said it spent a total of about $1.7 billion on the purchase, including debt.
Philadelphia developer Core Realty has dubbed the retail component of the proposed redevelopment Kaufmann’s Grand on Fifth.
Plus: Homewood project gets $1 million state grant; EPA to keep strict gas mileage standards in place; and more.
The agreement between FirstEnergy and Ohio coal producer Murray Energy lets several Pennsylvania sites off the hook for the coal waste.
In a speech to the African-American Chamber of Commerce, Loretta Mester said it’s too early to assess the new president’s economic plans.
U.S. Steel has outpaced it competitors since election day. But the president-elect’s infrastructure plans won’t buoy the Pittsburgh company.
Over the last year, unemployment has increased by a full percentage point as people join the labor force looking for work.
At Aerie, “momentum continued” with the third quarter marking the sixth consecutive quarter with same-store sales over 20 percent.
The Pittsburgh-area McDonald's franchisee created the Big Mac 50 years ago, and later came up with the concept of breakfast at McDonald’s.
The move ends a strategy aimed at crippling the U.S. energy industry. It also led to low prices, drained budgets of crude-producing nations.
Obama administration decides not to change government fuel economy requirements for cars and light trucks despite protests from automakers
A former executive with a Pennsylvania potato chip and snack food company will spend more than four years in federal prison.
Under pressure to avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest, Trump announced his plans in a series of tweets.
VA Pittsburgh doctor is lead author of a new study that found assessing frailty in elective surgery patients is linked to better survival.
Street relocation, pedestrian safety among concerns raised about Whole Foods redevelopment.
Plus: St. Clair Hospital sees operating income drop; St.Clair Hospital sees operating income drop; and more.
Today’s Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is final print version of the newspaper which will launch a new website Thursday to cover regional news.
Curable is partnering with a coalition of nonprofit institutions for the project on primary sclerosing cholangitis.
Fast-food workers and other low-wage earners walked off their jobs as part of a national day of activism to fight for higher wages.
President-elect Donald Trump’s position on the Miners Protection Act, which would shore up pension funds, is an early test of his promises.
Mt. Lebanon native Louis Cestello will assume his new post Jan. 1, succeeding Sy Holzer.
The hundreds of arrests during protests against Dakota Access oil pipeline have created unprecedented burden for North Dakota’s court
Workers from fast-food chains and nearly 20 airports staged sit-ins and some were arrested in nationwide protests for higher pay.
Three days after the death of Fidel Castro, the flight from the States to Cuba’s capital in more than 50 years touched down Monday.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency has announced that for 2017 it will raise the maximum size of a so-called “conforming loan” to $424,100.
Plus: Region’s gas prices steady; and II-VI to expand Illinois facility.
A recent decision may spur defense attorneys to seize upon the email scandal as an argument for further review of their clients'
A healthy take on soul food will be a key element for a new grocery store and restaurant, Day La Soul Cafe & Grocer, in Allentown.
With rallies across Pennsylvania on Monday, workers warned the layoffs of more than 500 people will cripple the state’s unemployment system.
Employers are deciding on their next move after a federal judge last week issued an injunction that blocks a rule on overtime eligibility.
The only way to squelch fake news is for us consumers to become less gullible and more discriminating in the sources we use.
Petuum Inc. will leave CMU and set up shop in Pittsburgh while expanding its staff of 15 people to 30 to 40 people by next spring
Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has ruled that state courts have the authority to decide cases involving the Alternative Energy Act.
The acquisition of GameChanger Media is aimed at enhancing Dick’s Team Sports HQ suite of digital youth sports offerings.
Analysts said it was likely U.S. gasoline prices would continue to fall in the coming months.
Cyber Monday may be in danger of losing its online sales title
Major farms are nearly back to normal production levels, but exports are slow to recover and the industry lost some manufacturing volume.
Jewish Association on Aging is adding assisted-living care level for those with dementia-related issues at its Squirrel Hill campus.
“My problem is that every year he takes Katy out to lunch on her birthday.”
Robert F. Powelson is the new president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.
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