Nationally, gas prices rose 1 cent over the past week to hit $2.42 per gallon.
PPG has again upped its bid for Dutch coatings maker AkzoNobel saying its new offer of $28.8 billion is “one last invitation.”
Travis Kalanick has been seen as openly disregarding many rules and norms, backing down only when caught or cornered.
Because it involves feeding children a life-threatening allergen, usually at home, oral immunotherapy remains out of the mainstream.
FirstEnergy says mercury regulations allowed the company to break coal contracts. A case in arbitration will decide whether that’s true.
Paul Singer’s Elliott Management has earned a reputation for getting its way. Just ask former Arconic CEO Klaus Kleinfeld and Argentina.
Getting a gas company to shut off a money-losing well is not so simple.
There’s more than one great Bluetooth speaker out there in the crowded marketplace.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago finds that federal anti-discrimination laws apply to members of the LGBT community.
When tackling a new assignment, some people are “doers,” while others are “thinkers.”
As a national initiative to bring robotics into manufacturing takes off in Pittsburgh, a debate looms over automation’s effect on jobs.
News from Apple Box Studios, Nicholson Kovalchick Architects, FNB Corp., Michael Baker International and R.A. Smith National.
Mr. Murdoch’s sons seem determined to rid 21st Century Fox of its roguish, old-guard internal culture and tilt operations toward the future.
Movies and TV shows have been dramatizing the effects of posting videos of such cruel, random killings for at least two decades.
A struggling South American country's past and future is shaped by Alcoa and its aluminum
One conference panel Saturday laid out just how big the barriers can be for someone interested in starting a cannabis-related business.
President Donald Trump's oldest sons are looking for ways to expand the family brand into parts of the U.S. that have embraced their father
American Airlines says it has grounded a flight attendant who got into a verbal confrontation with a passenger.
Poignant discussions at conference centered on treatment for children, illustrating why most states have okayed medical marijuana use.
In an hour-long speech at CMU, Valerie Plame discusses the severity of nuclear and cybersecurity threats, as well as possible solutions.
Business news briefs: Lanxess completes deal for Chemtura; CMU ranked 10th, Pitt ranked 24th, for technology transfer; For sale: Tiny Oregon town
News from Lanxess, Chemtura, CMU, Pitt, Tiller, Oregon, Volkswagen and Wells Fargo.
Penalties and half of the interest will be waived if back taxes are paid in full by June 19, according to the Department of Revenue.
This year’s class includes two STEM education resources, a vertical farming company that uses robotics and a supply chain optimization tool.
One month after Bebe hired a consultant to explore “strategic alternatives,” the retailer said its stores are expected to go dark in May.
State approves new infrastructure charge for Duquesne Light customers
Finding a trouble-free used car has nothing to do with luck and everything to do with applying good research and investigative skills.
It is the latest in a slew of actions by EPA to set aside environmental regulations opposed by corporate interests.
The comments come as the price per barrel stand above $50 and increases in U.S. shale oil production threaten to keep them low.
With the potential to fetch from $30,000 to $35,000, the liquor license could be the most valuable item to go on the block.
School districts, municipalities are dealing with a 500 percent increase in fees for real estate tax liens.
With employers in the state adding more than 60,000 jobs in the last year, more Pennsylvanians have found work.
President Trump said the memorandum would prioritize the investigation of foreign steel on U.S. markets and national security.
The family of a New Castle woman, who was being treated at UPMC Shadyside, is suing the hospital network and a laundry service.
The move was seen as having the potential to draw the Trump administration into the escalating chaos engulfing the South American nation.
Chairman Michael McGarry says if the Dutch coatings company won’t hold discussions, PPG will launch a public takeover offer by June 1.
Bank of New York Mellon Thursday morning said it earned $880 million in the first quarter, up 9 percent from $804 million a year earlier.
UPMC wants to build a three-story, 90-bed hospital along Presto Sygan Road in the Newbury Development.
Team hopes to begin construction of the first 255 units in early 2018.
The 2017 Genesis G90 RWD 5.0 Ultimate is definitely in its own class.
In his last annual shareholder meeting, Dave Porges says company’s future is bright.
Invenergy pitched the township’s planning commission on a new location for its 550-megawatt plant after the zoning board nixed it last June.
The aluminum maker’s plans to consolidate offices will add 10 employees to the 205-person staff at the company’s North Shore offices.
Bernardo Hees, who says Pittsburgh is key to his company, argues that his management isn’t just about cost-cutting and efficiencies.
A meeting where President Trump's aides were to hash out whether to keep the U.S. in an international climate agreement has been canceled
Major energy companies have quietly spent more than $13 billion in recent months to buy up assets in the state's oil and gas hot spots
An Appalachian coal company wants to turn one of its former strip mines into a solar farm
EPA asks a federal appeals court to postpone consideration of 2012 rules requiring energy companies to cut emissions of toxic chemicals
Karen Larrimer, head of retail banking at PNC Financial Services, is the first woman to chair the board at United Way.
The move was expected and comes after Akzo in recent weeks rejected two offers by PPG saying they undervalued the company.
A rewrite of the law will precede the planned overhaul of the tax code, an industry lobbyist said Tuesday.