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A solar-powered aircraft is traveling around the world with energy-efficient components designed and produced by Bayer MaterialScience.
The deal may benefit investors, but will it help the businesses?
One of the world’s most prestigious hotel operators has set its sights on Pittsburgh.
The rules would affect both large-scale operations conducted by the newer shale industry and the traditional oil and gas drilling sector.
About 10 Fox Chapel students are getting a real-world work experience at Massaro CM Services, the high school construction contractor.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed rules Thursday to protect Americans from stumbling into what it calls a “debt trap.”
News from American Eagle; Eurofashion; Peoples Natural Gas; Dodge Data & Analytics; RadioShack; and Standard General LP.
Global Venturing is a new initiative by the University of Pittsburgh to stress the importance of innovation as economic drivers.
Changing consumer habits, extremely aggressive competition and increased pushback from merchants are putting heavy pressure on AmEx.
Concern over recent derailments of trains carrying crude oil manifested in dual announcements from legislators and industry groups.
Andy Masich, president and CEO of Heinz History Center, said, “H.J. Heinz would have been pleased with the merger.”
Craig Davis of VisitPittsburgh said the first quarter already has proven to be much better than expected for hotels.
2015 BMW 228i xDrive Coupe: All-around fun.
The Washington, D.C.-based Employee Benefit Research Institute has calculated the savings needed for retirement at different ages.
Scott D. Hamilton, 38, formerly of Baden, Beaver County will spend 30 months in federal prison for stealing $440,000 from the company.
Trellis, a law firm being established by two students graduating from the University of Pittsburgh, has a social mission.
With abundant natural gas produced from the Marcellus Shale play, natural gas prices are forecasted to remain low, the utility said.
Energy Services Providers, doing business as Pennsylvania Gas and Electric, has agreed to pay $2.3 million in addition to other penalties.
The redevelopment of the Strip terminal and the area around it will be the subject of a three-day design charrette in Washington, D.C..
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The complex supplies flat-roll steel to the company’s Texas tubular business, which has been dented by cutbacks among oil producers.
The Steelers sold the naming rights for the football stadium in 2001 to the Heinz Co. for $57 million over 30 years.
A number of local banks are offering cash incentives and other goodies to help reel in new customers.
Developers presented building design changes to the commission Tuesday before the vote.
A state insurance spokesman downplayed the possibility of the state weighing in on key provisions of last summer’s consent decree?
The merged company will be co-headquartered in Pittsburgh and the Chicago area.
The $400 million Tower at PNC Plaza, Downtown, is months away from completion, but part of it already is operating — in Green Tree.
The newest weapon in the breakfast wars is a biscuit shaped like a taco.
News from Universal Stainless, NoWait, First Watch, Ansys, Europractice, the Pittsburgh airport, RealSTATs, General Motors and more.
Christina Cassotis also plans to push for more service into Washington, D.C., and would like to see Delta Air Lines expand its Paris flight.
As two recent Pittsburgh deals suggest, mergers and acquisitions within the home-health and hospice industries are accelerating.
Indexed universal life policies are linked to an index, like the S&P 500, but places limits on the gains and, more importantly, the losses.
Some firms have begun challenging the traditional notion of needing a single firm leader, according to some legal consultants.
U.S. drillers are employing new and high-tech gear to cut costs and stay competitive with global oil producers.
The collaboration brings NoWait to 113 new restaurants in 11 states.
News from Highmark, UPMC, Hillerich & Bradsby, Wilson Sporting Goods, National Association of Realtors, Humana and Concentra.
TechMan has been a little cranky lately.
Venture for America program brings nation’s top graduates to Pittsburgh startups
The stage is being set for legislative horse trading this spring on a Marcellus Shale severance tax to fund education.
EPA expects the new ozone standard will be fully implemented by 2025.
If approved this spring, the average monthly bill for FirstEnergy’s West Penn customers will rise 13.1 percent to $104.62.
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Strassburger, McKenna, Gutnick & Gefsky, Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote PC, Mazurkraemer Business Law...
It’s up to the company to evaluate whether a law firm offers the needed legal expertise and client service.
After a setback, evaluate your options. You will need to figure out whether to simply pivot or completely shut down operations.
New federal data are raising concerns among regulators about whether consumers are fully informed about the fees.
The Attorney General’s office will contact UPMC or Highmark on behalf of consumers “depending on the nature of the conflict.”
Analysts predict unpredictability in coming weeks as several factors at U.S. refineries could mean increases for some areas, drops for
The complex will have apartments with one to three bedrooms, renting for $1,200 to $2,400.
Four years after the Japanese nuclear disaster, U.S. nuclear operators have stepped up plant modifications and altered their philosophy.
Doctors say the implementation of ICD-10 could cause financial harm and endless bureaucratic headaches.