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In May, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald announced the service for Verizon. T-Mobile and Sprint have since added the service.
A federal judge blasted the NLRB for a series of subpoenas it served on UPMC, then granted the agency's application to enforce them.
Owner Forest City Enterprise is demolishing the building as part of a plan to eventually add residential housing to the complex.
FICO, the nation’s most widely used credit scoring agency, is revamping how it computes credit scores.
As the season kickoff nears, sports brokerage Fantex has given fans another reason to watch the NFL stocks.
After the Fit flunked a safety test, Honda recalled the subcompact to install stronger bumpers and make the cars more crash-resistant.
U.S. steelmakers filed a complaint in July 2013 against nine countries that were importing tubular products used by the energy industry.
Also: Wabtec acquires brake manufacturer; Home Depot names new CEO; United Airlines improving first class meals; economy rises in July.
Dynegy Inc. acquires generation assets from Duke Energy and Energy Capital Partners in a pair of deals totaling $6.25 billion
Randal E. Bryant is using his yearlong sabbatical to teach White House officials the ins and outs of data science.
UPMC is well positioned going into the final months of its contract with Highmark, as it continues to gain share in a shrinking market.
A developer wants to turn the site of a former produce warehouse on Smallman Street into a residential/retail complex, and possibly a hotel.
Size does matter when it comes to publicly traded companies.
Several modes of travel allow the driver to control the feel of the handling. Unfortunately, I found none of them satisfying.
Facebook this week announced that it’s experimenting with a tag that will mark sites as satire.
Bank of America reaches record $17 billion settlement over sale of mortgage-backed securities.
Also: Macy’s to settle racial-profiling probe; iconic cutlery maker files for bankruptcy; Berkshire to pay $896,000 to settle suit over USG.
Uber joins Lyft as ride-sharing firms operating with permission to operate on an experimental basis for 60 days.
The company did not specify which shale plays would supply the ethane. It has joint ventures in the Marcellus and Eagle Ford shales
Pennsylvania regulators agreed to a settlement that reduces the penalty from $11.3 million.
The PUC votes 5-0 to continue investigation into Pennsylvania’s retail natural gas market
The Wilmerding-based company plans to use Brazil production facility as a manufacturing center.
The financiers behind the would be Lawrence County racetrack and casino have been sued by the project’s longtime consultant.
Eric Soller, 980 Liberty’s attorney, said very little of the information requested by the URA was relevant to the issue at hand.
The state Supreme Court ruled that the $75,000 mandatory fine given a Rivers Casino employee for stealing $200 in poker chips was excessive.
Also: Long-delayed locks project adds Tarentum company; inflation edge up 0.1 percent in July; Home construction jumps 15.7 percent in July.
The Blue Castle Project would be the first time Westinghouse’s new AP1000 reactor design would appear in the Western U.S.
The retailer this morning reported a profit of $5.8 million, far off the $19.6 million seen during the same period a year ago.
When it comes to crowdfundng major projects, celebrities receive mixed reviews.
The conference call that executives held sounded, at moments, like a press conference with a star athlete leaving the big game.
During his time at Kennametal, Carlos Cardoso has been an advocate of manufacturing and of educating students to prepare them for a career.
The financing is supported by existing investors that include some Pittsburgh-based companies.
Rebecca Kaul, head of UPMC’s fast-growing commercial technology development arm, has resigned.
Joel Carben and his friends are tracking the best places to sit if you want to catch a foul ball at the ballpark.
Any progress in Pittsburgh will hinge on the PUC, which held the second day of a hearing Tuesday at the PUC’s Pittsburgh office.
Does the term “Certified Like-New” mean someone at Verizon swears that a little old lady only used it to call her grandkids?
People on the move in Business.
A recent lawsuit should prompt all employers to consider re-examining their medical leave policies to make sure they comply with FMLA.
Also: Dollar General enters bidding for Family Dollar; homebuilder confidence rises in August; former NFL great Carter sues Tyco.
Legal observers have said the petition could test the strength of the state’s Environmental Rights Amendment
About 510 new wells came online during the first six months of 2014
Kinder Morgan backed away from the tax-friendly MLP structure it pioneered, but they are is still a good deal for others
When the Environmental Protection Agency recently issued the Clean Power Plan, which is a new set of rules to reduce carbon emissions from
Frac Water Resources, on the bank of the Monongahela River in Allenport, Pa., provides fresh water to fracking companies
Refracking is gaining momentum in the Marcellus Shale as the technique breathes new life into aging wells.
If you ask Brent Rondon why Pittsburgh is on the world map, he’ll tell you it’s because of the Marcellus Shale.
The Tech 50 Awards were created to honor local innovators and the companies that have been built around their expertise.
The company’s attorney instructed a witness not to answer questions about the number of rides provided while under a cease-and-desist order.
A large number of unconventional oil and gas wells were brought online during the first half of 2014.
There are now 100 stores in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, west Maryland, eastern Ohio and upstate New York that carry the name Shop ’n Save.