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According to its website, Uber is now hiring drivers in the Harrisburg area, and on Tuesday, the company launched a new version of its
Pittsburgh area GM dealers and customer react to the growing recall but sales show no signs of slowing down.
Central Blood Bank’s merger with a Florida-based blood bank is the result of lean hospital budgets and fewer transfusions.
Delinquent debt is concentrated in Southern and Western states, especially Texas consumers
Also: North Shore company announces Ill. aquisition; FNB Corp. cleared for Germantown bank deal; NYC real estate firm to invest here.
Allegheny County Health Department promises proactive approach to health monitoring as drilling begins near airport, under county parks.
China wants to commission 26 more plants using Westinghouse technology, which would be in addition to eight coastal plants being negotiated.
ActivAided Orthotics CEO Kelly Collier is encouraging the Western Pennsylvania medical supply chain to work together.
San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron had reached agreements to acquire 61 acres of land in Moon as a potential site for a regional headquarters.
Over the past 12 months the labor force fell by 7,000 people even as 12,700 more people found work.
President and CEO Mario Longhi said operating profits for the current quarter should increase significantly.
North Shore-based Matthews International Corp. announced it has acquired Schawk Inc., a leading brand development company based in Des
In town for a law firm celebration, four lawyers sat down to discuss the Supreme Court and President Obama.
With tight margins and a tough operating environment, UPMC is scrutinizing every part of the supply chain to save pennies in multiples.
Today you can listen to streaming programming from anywhere in the world on the Internet. But it has lost its charm.
A federal magistrate judge issued an opinion extraditing a former Nazi guard to Germany to stand trial for mass murder shortly after he
Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided that property developers are not responsible for paying debts that their contractors owe to unions.
Also: Green Tree blood bank considers merger; Reed Smith changes senior management team; contracts to buy homes slip in June.
People on the move.
Survey finds that shale companies expect to hire 2,000 new employees in 2014
The coal and gas company focuses on growing oil and gas production, finding home for coal.
Pittsburgh-based vitamins and supplements retailer GNC Holdings Inc. has lowered its guidance for the year after reporting a slight drop in
U.S. energy companies have sent more coal than ever before overseas, in some cases to places with more lax environmental standards.
The North Shore company has proposed a surcharge for potential customers who aren’t connected to current gas pipelines
Teaming up with the oil and gas industry might sound strange for a strong believer in solar power, but for David Jason, it’s just smart
The new members are: Edward J. Estrada, Casey S. Ryan and Ray A. Cardozo.
Dollar Tree and Family Dollar each have between 50 and 60 stores in the Pittsburgh region.
Lyft's hearing before a panel of administrative law judges will be Aug. 7 and 8; Uber's hearing will be Aug. 18 and 19.
The Fort Worth-based driller brought 36 wells online in the southern Marcellus, which includes southwestern Pennsylvania.
The former U.S. foreign service officer worked around the world, but was happy to move back home for a job in international relations.
It’s an anniversary that might never have happened if Zippo Manufacturing Co. had not had a commitment to the town of Bradford, Pa.
At Pittsburgh restaurant reservations company NoWait, everyone from executives to sales reps works a shift in the service industry.
This month we’re dipping into our email bag to answer two of the frequently asked questions we get and also to provide some updates.
To completely relax while on vacation, take time to do some advance planning before you leave the office.
They can help you figure out your next career move.
Deciding what to do with knowledge.
Majority white and affluent neighborhoods have captured the lion’s share of new mortgage money, the PCRG found.
An enthusiast compact is a step above a point-and-shoot and a stepping stone to an interchangeable lens camera.
Sunscreen may be big business, with sales topping $1 billion last year, but not nearly enough of us seem to buy into its importance.
The Pittsburgh Google offices mix play and whimsy with work.
A bridge for sale in Pike County, ride sharing gets an uberlift, Dick’s Sporting Goods to lay off the 478 PGA professionals ...
As of July 1, borrowers in default have to be offered a standardized payment option to rehabilitate their defaulted loans.
Mayborn USA Inc. is recalling about 25,000 Tommee Tippee monitors with movement sensor pads.
Eric Sloss and Sarah Mayer have found a way to bring the branding to small businesses.
Highmark and UPMC each said the other would have to collect the difference between what Highmark pays and the final charges.
The Cranberry-based nuclear firm said losing the government financing option would jeopardize U.S. jobs and reactor projects abroad.
Con man may have conned court for another con man.
It may be the end of an all-American, breakfast-eating, mimosa-drinking era. Orange juice is becoming passe, according to Nielsen data.
City and neighborhood leaders envision a dramatic transformation into a park-like expanse including a soccer field and a trail.
PwC Pittsburgh has participated in the event, called “Swim for Malaria,” for seven years now, and raised roughly $8,000 for the foundation.