The regulations limit how Internet providers use and sell customer data, while asserting that customers have a right to control their info.
Plus: UPMC expands cancer care network in Ireland; Kennametal loss triples; Frost Brown Todd to relocate to Union Trust Building; and more.
The complex will feature a 550-seat main theater, a 200-seat adaptive theater, a 100-seat black box theater and supporting facilities.
GNC shares ended the day Thursday down nearly 25 percent to $15.13. That’s less than half the year’s high of $35.90 reached April 27.
After years of being tepid, the Hyundai Elantra is becoming an unexpected contender, but there are a few things that need work.
A new generation of superheroes are waving multicultural identities, genders and sexual identities under their secret identities.
Whether women are praised for masculine dress or people of color adopt white hairstyles, operative norms dictate office fashion.
The Pennsylvania Medical Society urges a moratorium on shale gas fracking and research on the health risks of the practice.
Towns that depend on the casino taxes were plunged into new uncertainty Thursday, when legislators failed to approve a plan.
The Downtown-based oil and gas firm also reported earnings on Thursday, swinging to a loss from falling natural gas prices.
Judiciary committee chairman says Americans deserve to know the details of the $465 million settlement with Mylan.
Attorneys for Massey Energy’s former CEO have made their case to an appeals court, arguing that Don Blankenship was wrongly sent to prison
The new rules would exclude some alternative energy systems in Pa. from getting retail rates for selling excess electricity to the grid.
The Pittsburgh tool maker says its quarterly loss tripled because of restructuring charges, weak demand, and an unexpectedly high tax rate.
The House and Senate voted unanimously to save the safe digging law from expiring on New Year’s Eve.
The company said it has been “moving quickly to address the key issues that are critical to returning GNC to growth.”
The health system announced today that it was collaborating with the nonprofit Bon Secours in a joint venture to offer radiation therapy.
Aided by technology and more awareness, companies are connecting with workers who have disabilities — yet there is a gulf in the workforce.
The developer Trammell Crow Co. secured $3 million in state funding for the 316-unit complex on the eastern part of the South Side location.
Plus: Mon General Hospital settles complaint over same-sex partner benefits; Bayer’s quarterly sales rise; and more.
Experts say that ending the commissions will discourage sales of the government’s online marketplace plans.
Mylan NV’s dominance of the U.S. allergy-shot market will be challenged next year as drugmaker Kaleo Inc. says it will resume sales of a
A shale gas industry trade group is seeking a stay on some contested rules, which took effect Oct. 8.
Interest rates on cards issued by the nation’s largest retailers are averaging 23.24 percent vs. 15.22 percent for all types of cards.
A new lawsuit filed in West Virginia by two Consol retired miners wants the company to reinstate healthcare benefits to all retirees.
Asian-American, Hispanic and black entrepreneurs use social media and old-fashioned networking to raise their profiles in Pittsburgh.
Rising demand and falling production in the U.S. are good omens for the Texas-based oil and gas firm, leaders say.
The company said prescription medicines boosted its results while its top executive defended plan to buy Monsanto.
The Bridgeville specialty steelmaker reported lower sales for the third quarter, citing sagging demand from its aerospace customers.
A federal judge has approved a $14.7 billion settlement in the Volkswagen emissions-cheating case.
A theater, bowling alley and amusement arcade could be in the works for the Downtown landmark.
Plus: Covestro income jumps; Koppers extends Norfolk Southern contract;Kraft Heinz changes leadership in Europe; and more.
Attorneys for Don Blankenship and the federal government head to court this week in the ex-coal operator's appeal of his conviction.
“This is an experiment to share our access to investors,” said Terri Glueck, director of community development at AlphaLab.
Under the proposal, all 12 gambling venues would pay 4 percent of gross terminal slot machine revenue to compensate host municipalities.
Through two acquisitions, valued at $683 million, the oil and gas company continues to firm up a stronghold in the region.
The Pittsburgh specialty metals producer’s decision to idle a Utah titanium plant and a drop in sales leads to a larger than expected loss.
Officials say a bridge washed out by flooding traveled the length of a football field and ruptured a pipeline last week.
A Seaway Crude pipeline that spilled oil at a storage hub in Cushing, Oklahoma, remains closed
The airline will begin the new, early-morning flight on March 2 from Pittsburgh International Airport.
Some of the problems turned up during an inspection include holding food at unsafe temperatures and surfaces not being sanitized
The plastics maker that was spun out of Bayer reported strong demand for its materials used in automobiles, electronics and other products.
The Wilmerding rail parts maker said market conditions forced it to revise its proposal to acquire of Faiveley Transport.
Revenue for the most recent quarter totaled $221.5 million, exceeding analysts predictions by about $1 million.
Medtronic said its “artificial pancreas” technology available next spring will offer better diabetes control with less effort.
The local unemployment rate for formerly incarcerated people is about 53 percent, said Laura Ellsworth, who helps lead a local board.
Kraft Heinz was among the crowd of big name food companies that picked up points in the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Plus: Dick’s Sporting Goods wins bids for Golfsmith; State loans to benefit local redevelopment projects; and more.
The deal that would significantly expand its branch network at a time when many financial firms are expanding automated adviser programs.
The state Legislature granted ride-hailing companies like Uber, Lyft and zTrip permanent authority to operate in Pennsylvania.