The initiative, C/Can 2025, is the first of its kind and will target cities from low- and middle-income countries where need is greatest.
Combined gross revenue from table games and slot machines hit $3.21 billion last year — the most ever — the Gaming Control Board announced.
Amazon joins the likes of Mountain View, California-based Google and ride-hailing service Uber, who have set up shop around the city.
The world's biggest retailer is planning $6.8 billion in capital investments in the U.S. in the coming fiscal year.
It’s “like a Google alert” for when the world’s “bad guys” are about to get their hands on nuclear materials, one says.
Keystone Dedicated Logistics eyes possible expansion as part of the purchase.
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The troubles at the mall along Route 28 in Frazer echo those of other shopping centers and retailers nationwide as purchasing habits change.
The state’s 1,200 distributors can now sell beer in any quantity, including individual 32-ounce bottles, six-packs and growlers.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will not register trademarks for marijuana retailers or for products that contain cannabis.
Employees can share both the good and the bad about their organizations in the Top Workplaces survey process. Deadline is Feb. 17.
Terms were not disclosed in the settlements of the suits against UPMC neurosurgeons.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is the richest individual with a net worth of $75 billion.
Global oil prices are cooling off as investors wait and see how an international deal to cut production plays out.
Robert Rubinstein is likely to lead the agency, which has come under criticism for waiting nearly five years to make a permanent choice.
That’s the conclusion of a 104-page assessment of the freight industry released last month by the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission.
If workers aren’t engaged, they often spend more time looking over their shoulders than driving the company forward.
A number of states, but not Pennsylvania, are offering retirement plans to the large percentage of workers whose employers don’t offer one.
How do you insure the needs of people who welcome new technology and embrace the sharing economy?
Record numbers of nonprofit leaders show up at sessions on how policies and funding streams will be affected under the new president.
The low price of the Musical Fidelity Roundtable turntable provides an opportunity to upgrade the cartridge to produce a quality package.
Make a habit of always clarifying expectations with your manager and your colleagues.
SpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 rocket for the first time since a fireball engulfed a similar rocket on a Florida launch pad more than four
National Retail Federation, Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez
Baby Boomers: your millennial children are worse-off than you, despite being better educated.
The robotics research center marks the latest installment in the president plan to boost U.S. manufacturing, jobs.
The Department of Defense is announcing today that a new $250 million robotics research facility will be based in Pittsburgh.
Takata will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution.
For 2016, the Pittsburgh-based bank earned $3.69 billion, down 5 percent from $3.88 billion in 2015.
The Obama administration has scaled back new safety measures for the network of pipelines after oil industry complaints about the cost.
The action reaffirmed the agency’s earlier finding that no major changes are necessary in greenhouse gas standards for cars and some trucks.
Many Facebook users took to another social media platform — Twitter — to vent their frustrations.
A Pennsylvania businessman wants to build a harness racing track and casino near Gettysburg.
The employees sued in 2014, saying the health system had not taken proper precautions to keep their personal data safe.
The municipalities have some things in common, such as sharing the William Penn Highway.
The store, across from South Hills Village, will hold a grand opening Jan. 25 that will include a traditional bread-breaking ceremony.
The Environmental Protection Agency issued a “notice of violation” to the company that covers about 104,000 vehicles.
Some residents want more of a voice in the planning for the 58-unit residential development.
The construction is driven largely by aging infrastructure, not growth, an officer with Moody’s Investors Service says.
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The Fusion is not a bad choice for the Ford Mustang lover who needs to get people into the backseat as well.
CVS, the nation’s biggest drug store chain, will sell a cheaper version of the EpiPen for just over $100 a pack.
The goal is to improve health in rural communities and preserve jobs in financially strapped hospitals.
Dura-Bond Industries expects it will take up to nine months and at least 100 workers to reopen a mill that was idled in 2014.
Its owner Charles Spiegel is retiring. The store operated for 11 years in Monroeville Mall and the rest on Forbes Avenue in Squirrel Hill.
Government is accusing Fiat Chrysler of failing to disclose software in some of its diesel engines that allows them to emit more pollution.
The Senate has passed a measure to take the first step forward on dismantling President Barack Obama's health care law.
The Petra Nova project, outside of Houston, captured carbon dioxide from the process of coal combustion for the first time in September.
That penalty is by far the biggest fine ever levied by the U.S. government against an automaker.
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