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Economists say the long-term unemployed could become a permanent underclass, left behind by the nation's broader economic recovery.
Health care providers across the nation have been targeted by cybercriminals; UPMC's data breech could be part of a national scheme.
High honors such as knighthood or damehood can influence CEOs to make decisions that harm their companies.
Rolls-Royce unveiled the custom-made Pinnacle Travel Phantom, a new Bespoke Collection motor car, at the Beijing Motor Show this week.
The state's unemployment was going down even as employers cut jobs.
S&P lowers bond rating for HeritageValley; Chobani to expand offerings with desserts, dips.
For many students, education debt nearly is a practical puzzle.
The rate for March fell for the right reasons -- more people working and fewer unemployed.
PPG, founded near Pittsburgh as a glassmaker, has completed its transformation to primarily a coatings business, its chairman says.
Drilling equipment company coming to Leetsdale; PNC a finalist for award; Facebook is tracking you and your friends
The franchise owner touts new technology and market share as reasons for the switch.
An employment lawyer gives her take on coal, oil and gas, and how to get more women into energy.
A University of Pittsburgh sophomore’s broken ankle has exposed a new twist in the ongoing Highmark-UPMC contract dispute.
As a percentage increase, rent locally is rising faster than established high-rent cities such as New York and San Francisco.
The new figure was the latest increase by UPMC since employees began reporting instances of identity theft about two months ago.
The credit for the boost goes to the market for automotive and aerospace coatings and Europe's economic recovery.
Over five years, the impediment to work is a lack of jobs, not a lack of skills, economists say.
Given the high rate of dissatisfaction with corporate America, it isn't surprising many older workers want to strike out on their own.
Presley Gillespie starts in May with the nonprofit formed from the dissolution of the Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development.
A host of dignitaries will join Walnut Capital principals today in breaking ground on the first office building for Bakery Square 2.0.
City rated as one of best for millennials; Mylan Inc. gets approval for insomnia tablets; Local 2030 District ahead of goal to reduce
Mild temperatures helped to increase overall consumer spending and retail sales in other districts.
PNC Financial Services Group Wednesday reported earnings of $992 million in the first quarter, up 7 percent from $928 million a year
The model is a "must see" for those looking to buy a smaller sedan.
Analysts, though, said more delinquencies could include a positive sign for the economy.
PNC Financial Services Group this morning reported earnings of $992 million as it set aside less money to cover bad loans and expenses fell.
But the city's attorney says, "We would like to let a court decide this issue before we slap you with a bill."
Estimates of the severity of the bug's damage have mounted almost daily since researchers announced the discovery of Heartbleed last week.
With the Whiskey Barrel Flats, Bill Stolze may be the first to test the market on a riverfront stretch long considered a prime spot.
The payoff for students in the Downtown university’s School of Communication is they get professional experience in a for-credit class.
Carmichaels, Monessen banks complete merger; UPMC sublets chunks of Heinz 57 Center; Pittsburgh architecture firms to merge.
Koppers expects the $460 million acquisition of Osmose units to boost its positions in wood treatment products and railroad services.
Andrew W. Moore, a computer scientist and expert in robotics, will begin his duties in August.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said he hopes the decision to keep Highmark spurs settlement talks with rival UPMC Health Plan.
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The $90 million settlement covers customers who had PNC accounts accessible by a debit card between Jan. 1, 2004, and Aug. 15, 2010.
They're not hiding under bridges, but patent trolls can cause headaches for companies trying to bring their products to market.
For most of us, the drudgery of tax filing season has drawn to a merciful close. Now what do you do with all that paperwork?
The closing bell rings at midnight for filing 2013 tax returns. The penalty for filing late is normally 5% of the unpaid taxes each month.
A National Small Business Association report found that 86 percent of small business owners surveyed hire a tax practitioner or accountant.
The Heartbleed vulnerability is particularly insidious because it is a flaw in OpenSSL used to secure much of the Internet.
Judges on the panel said the consultant’s advice provided a benefit to his clients, who were preparing to lease their property.
Anyone who takes the deal will be replaced, leaving the company with the same size workforce in the region, according to the company.
Mr. Oliphant, 53, president of the Pittsburgh Foundation, will start his new position in June.
The $460 million acquisition of Osmose Holdings, based in Buffalo, N.Y., will be financed through new and existing debt.
The airline's daily flights will leave Pittsburgh at 7:15 a.m. with a return flight arriving at 9:31 p.m.
Nonprofits are raising funds but avoiding overhead costs in Highmark's annual walk.
For aging baby boomers considering selling their companies, selling to employees may be an attractive option.
Elements of the decision became evident Friday, when the White House denied that it had any prior knowledge of the Heartbleed bug.
The International Monetary Fund predicts global growth would strengthen to 3.6 percent this year and an even better 3.9 percent in 2015.