The government released its first of three estimates of growth for the January-March quarter as measured by the gross domestic product.
A state official says human error is to blame for 500 Rhode Island residents receiving two tax-refund checks.
Anthony Levandowski is accused of stealing 14,000 documents that contained technology designs before leaving the company last year.
The average hotel occupancy rate in or near the Golden Triangle dropped from 69 percent in 2014 and 2015 to 66 percent last year.
Car and Driver liked the “enjoyable, refined driving dynamics, handsome looks,” but not the body cladding or price.
Stakeholders are trying to read the tea leaves in Westinghouse’s mammoth bankruptcy filing.
Strip District marketing shop Deeplocal acquired by WPP Digital
The family received no checks from Chesapeake for 9 months, when the company sold more than 2 billion cubic feet of gas from under the farm.
If the issue is a contentious one, hiring a neutral person, such as a financial planner or CPA, can help keep conversations on track.
No longer a symbol of love and happiness, she started to wonder how much money she could get selling it.
Anthony Levandowski has emerged as a central figure in the legal battle between Uber and Waymo, Google’s driverless car initiative.
The Pittsburgh investment manager said rising interest rates meant it had to waive fewer fees on its money market funds.
Kentucky doctor dragged off United flight in Chicago reaches settlement with airline for undisclosed amount.
Deeplocal, which was founded by Nathan Martin and two other research fellows, was a Carnegie Mellon University spinout in 2006.
Richard Rydze is accused of 185 counts related to trafficking of steroids, HGH and painkillers as well as obstruction of justice.
John Hogan, who admitted to ripping off roughly 80 investors for more than $8 million over two decades, will be sentenced in August.
Covestro’s growth helped push Bayer’s net income up by 38 percent on sales of 13.2 billion euros.
In the report released Thursday, the airline says it allowed internal policies to distract from the need to treat passengers with respect.
Rising natural gas prices lift the company’s earnings.
Passengers on future United Airlines flights will be given more of an incentive to give up their seats when the plane is oversold.
Small business owners don't plan a hiring binge if the Trump administration's plan to lower tax rates becomes law.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said in a Wednesday speech he wants to ditch the Obama-era rules.
Four-story building could be part of Buncher Company’s $450 million Riverfront Landing development.
Akzo ratings on watch
PJM Interconnection would prefer a multi-state solution that works with existing markets.
The suit says Kraft Heinz violated a confidentiality agreement with AptarGroup when it sent a "request for proposal" to competing companies.
The outlined changes to the tax code are the most concrete guidance so far on Trump's vision for spurring job growth.
The department tells City Council that sensored trash receptacles will allow manpower to be reallocated to other work.
Justin Tollefson is scheduled to be sentenced in August in federal court on four counts of false claims against the US.
United Airlines says a giant rabbit was alive when it arrived on a flight from London to Chicago, but died shortly after.
FirstEnergy’s disputes with several railroad companies could bring a company subsidiary to the brink of bankruptcy.
Stunned by the steelmaker’s first quarter loss, investors digest the impact of a mill improvement plan that will cost more than $1 billion.
The rich-poor gap ballooned by $29,200 to $189,600 between 2010 and 2015, according to a Bloomberg analysis.
MedExpress said Highmark sent a termination notice, but Highmark noted that negotiations continue for the contract that expires Aug. 1.
Thirteen current and former employees took three separate legal actions against Fox News alleging years of "hostile racial discrimination."
In 1964, Alcoa’s dam energized factories that the company built, but the people who were forced to move say they have seen little benefit.
Mr. Trudeau, leader of Canada’s Liberal Party, said the two countries are economically interconnected, but it’s not a one-way relationship.
Developers are trying hard to attract retail businesses to Downtown, but the effort hasn’t been too successful.
At PNC’s 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders, stockholders voted in favor of four management proposals and against one shareholder proposal.
FNB first-quarter profits skid
The now-targeted Medicaid expansion cited as a big reason why.
Lawsuit claims Gateway reduced payments by 2 percent for medical care provided to Gateway’s Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plan members.
UberEATS, which already operates in 74 cities across the globe, is rumored to launch in Pittsburgh in the coming weeks.
The steelmaker’s shares fall nearly 20 percent after hours after the company reports a $180 million loss, not the profit analysts expected.
Eugene DePasquale said the Department of Labor & Industry did not properly account for spending between 2013 and 2016.
The Texas-based driller is devoting more than half of its 2017 capital budget to the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania.
A hardball tactic to force congressional Democrats to negotiate on President Donald Trump's health care priorities might end up backfiring.
Wabtec Corp.’s sales were up 19 percent with new revenue from Faiveley Transport, a French rail products manufacturer it acquired.
The earnings decline at Pittsburgh’s third largest bank reflected costs associated with the purchase of Yadkin Bank.
Covestro said first-quarter net income and sales soared on strong demand for its plastics and foam materials used in construction as well