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From large corporations to small, the workplace is adjusting to the influx of millennial workers.
Federal budget allows troubled plans to cut benefits for retirees.
Managing the millennial generation commands much of the focus and fret of today’s corporate leaders.
A Monaca biodiesel plant is on hold hoping for a market rebound and a federal decision on mandates.
Almost 40 percent of those over 65 report having some disability, and those over 85 represent an even higher percentage who are disabled.
The annual survey by CareerBuilder asked employers to share the most unbelievable excuses they’ve heard for people missing work.
In 2014, business trips abroad increased an estimated 5.6 percent, and researchers expect the trend to continue.
The Post-Gazette staff voted the following as the top 10 stories of the year carrying local significance.
Economy here picking up …
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All of this year’s financial changes will help a lot of people move forward to a better financial place in 2015.
The bottom line is, I don’t know how much better the T-2 would sound than the Onkyo in this case.
Sometimes the only way to assure that you will be “treated fairly in the future” is to find a more professional place to work.
The do-it-yourself economy is transforming industries, services and society at 4G speed.
Many will not have enough saved to retire at 65, and intend to keep working as long as they can.
FedEx and UPS are among companies moving to the return phase of the season.
U.S. stocks close higher, extending gains for the week
Some bruised egos may be inevitable, as specifics about who will control what, and when, are worked out.
More than 400 million of Kathy Davis’ greeting cards have sold. Lately, that amounts to $100 million in annual sales.
Gamers on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network experienced connection problems and delays on Christmas Day.
Online shopping is on pace to rise 16 percent to $61 billion for the November to December period, according to researcher ComScore Inc.
Even Santa Claus gets it wrong sometimes, hence the throng of customers who flock to shopping malls after Christmas.
Thursday’s incidents are the latest part of a series of escalating attacks against Sony.
Water levels in lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie and Ontario are all above seasonal averages for the first time in 16 years.
Dozens of companies are creating technology to make farmland more productive and farming more efficient.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 18.7 percent of Americans over 65 were working or looking for work last year.
It was the Dow’s sixth straight gain, coming during a half-day trading session ahead of the Christmas holiday.
A $1.8 million grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will help start the effort of making data more useful and easily available.
Average U.S. mortgage rates rose slightly this week but the benchmark 30-year low remained very close to the 19-month low hit last week.
The Takata board voted to replace Stefan Stocker, who became president last year.
The 370Z handles like a dream, as a low-slung sports car like this should. Winding country roads are a delight.
Besides the president’s post at Fernley & Fernley, women are now at the helm in accounting, human resources, client services and meeting
The suit also names 18 individuals, including Uber drivers it says are operating illegally in the city.
The UPMC-Highmark in-network contract expires Dec. 31.
Almono LP has hired a top global architecture and design firm, to revamp the master plan with an emphasis on sustainability.
Whatever the reason, the number of middle-aged and older men signing up for cosmetic surgery has increased three-fold in the past 15 years.
Katie Hopkins has volunteered the past six years and plans to do so again in 2015 as part of United Way’s Money in Your Pocket Coalition.
WASHINGTON — Enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act is increasing rapidly, with more than 2 million people so far
David C. Jackson, a mortgage broker who went to prison in 2006 in a loan fraud conspiracy, was indicted Monday.
The Labor Department said today that applications dropped 9,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 280,000.
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Federal data shows that third-quarter U.S. economic annualized growth was 5 percent, driven by a consumer spending and plunging oil prices.
Drones, flying devices that often carry cameras and can be navigated remotely by smartphones or controllers, have “taken off” as gifts.
If you haven’t cut the cord on your landline phone service, pretty soon you may not have a choice.
The 242-unit apartment complex at Grant Street and Liberty Avenue is being offered for sale by its owner, Brothers Property Corp.
Despite President Barack Obama's conclusion that North Korea was the culprit, the Internet's newest game of whodunit continues.
The new Bethel Park Chamber of Commerce and Bethel Park High School DECA students formed a partnership to promote local businesses.
Millennials’ need for instant gratification is changing the way manufacturers train the next generation of workers.