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Web app MyPath101 is helping University of Pittsburgh students find their professional calling.
J.D. Power survey measured interaction; card terms; billing and payment; rewards; benefits and services, and problem resolution.
The PSO is projecting a deficit of roughly $1.4 million at the end of the 2014 fiscal year, which concludes Sunday.
Sport luxury sedans square off: 2014 Infiniti Q50 AWD Premium vs. 2014 Acura TL SE
Study finds social media users actually less likely to share their opinions, online and off.
Rejected and dejected — women small business owners still struggle to get loans from banks.
Video games come of age as a spectator sport as Amazon buys Twitch for $970 million.
Also: Suzuki recalls Kizashis; GM to move work from Mexico to Tennessee; Kia to build plant in Mexico; Uber wins ruling stopping Hamburg
EDMC said the proposal has the support of more than 80 percent of its revolving lenders, term loan lenders and bondholders.
Officials say the club hasn’t gotten the zoning variance and permit it needs to keep the four beehives on its roof.
Not just anybody could sneak into the Clover Mountain Foods show, but almost everybody in the region will eventually taste its products.
Every year, millions of vehicles are recalled nationwide. Now, consumers have a quick way to find out if their vehicle was overlooked.
Also: Robinson eatery cited for 13 critical violations; Four Rivers Software Systems to join Accruent; steel imports rise 6 percent.
Williams launches open season for Diamond East project to ship more Marcellus Shale gas northeast.
When Chuck Kahle passes along his business card, he’s not just providing his contact information at PPG Industries.
Customer satisfaction with automakers has dropped considerably in the past year, according to an index tracking consumer sentiment.
Verizon was kind enough to send TechMan a Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 for testing, the largest tablet Samsung makes.
Mr. Queenan has been recognized by The American Lawyer magazine with a lifetime achievement award.
State universities are backing President Obama’s proposed scorecard for colleges in the hope that it will steer more federal aid to them.
People on the move in business and law.
Pennsylvania’s law barring corporations and associations from making political contributions has now been permanently enjoined.
A recent survey by WorldatWork finds that 88% of companies offer employees some form of telecommuting.
Baby-reading program’s creator settles charges
Summer doldrums? Not on Wall Street.
The number of jobs, which are not seasonally adjusted, in the seven-county region fell by 8,300.
Drillers Rex Energy, EdgeMarc Energy commit to send Marcellus Shale production to the facility
T. Boone Pickens said there will be gas extraction jobs for the next 100 years.
As more Baby Boomers reach retirement, Generation X employees and Millennials have been called in to fill the gaps left behind.
West Penn Power tells solar developer to pay back all the revenue it gained from net metering a Washington County solar farm.
As the PUC continues to refine rules for net metering, one Ohio utility has appealed a rule proposal to its state Supreme Court.
The Pennsylvania PUC has received a slew of letters opposing proposed rules on who can sell electricity to the grid.
Consol eventually will have 47 Marcellus Shale wells on airport property that could generate as much as $25 million a year in royalties.
Signs of economic resilience and growing anxiety about holding rates have set the stage for a debate over rewriting their policy statement.
The estimated $1 billion project will tap into Marcellus Shale reserves on 9,000 acres of Allegheny County-owned land.
UPMC will help the hospital establish the Xiangya International Medical Center on that campus in the Hunan Province.
U.S. shale plays are a global development ground, said Natalya Sachivichik, a senior development engineer at Range Resources.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission plans a good hard look at how it handles transportation issues at a special meeting this week.
The chargemaster is a hospital’s master list of how much it will charge for services, including every treatment, test, scan and aspirin.
Cynics will find some irony in General Electric’s decision to sell its appliance business.
The West View-based firm, fresh off of a $15 million investment, aims to break hiring patterns and boost diversity in tech.
The power of attorney is probably the most powerful document you will sign. It’s like a loaded gun; it can be used for good or evil.
Starting Jan. 1, doctors and other clinicians can be paid for “quarterbacking” the care of chronically ill Medicare patients.
Fantasy football is no longer a false start in the nation’s workplaces.
The DMC-GM1 offers the imaging power of a full-sized interchangeable lens camera in an impossibly small package.
People on the move
Kentucky bourbon makers are stockpiling their product; Dollar General made a $9.7 billion bid to buy Family Dollar Stores.
As the one who created this problem, you should attempt to fix it by offering a sincere apology.
Business events, seminars and meetings this week.
Judge Arthur J. Schwab rules that UPMC should comply with broad National Labor Relations Board subpoenas, but allows time for an appeal.
The International Trade Commission on Friday approved imposing tariffs on imports of steel pipe from South Korea and five other countries.