The focus now, CEO Mike Archbold told analysts, “is on longer term shareholder value. We’re in this for the long haul.”
The university’s future includes an expanded partnership with the region’s corporate community, Patrick Gallagher said Thursday.
With no end in sight to labor dispute with steelworkers union, labor board files complaint against Pittsburgh metals producer.
Airport leaders are looking for stronger improvement in 2016.
WASHINGTON — U.S. retail sales rose modestly in January, evidence that Americans kept shopping despite sharp drops in stock prices.
The three boroughs will use a $45,000 grant to work together on future plans for open space and green recreation.
USW officials say the complaint supports ”every significant charge” the union has made against the company.
A Pew Research study indicates the youngest and oldest users are increasing their use of dating apps and services, even in Pittsburgh.
Borough council will ultimately make decision on proposed UPMC hospital.
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The owner wants to turn the site into a mixed-use development with a linear park meant to attract everyone from cyclists to picnickers.
Business-oriented airline says the route will be one of five nonstop destinations to be launched from Pittsburgh International Airport.
The DEP said it will have a compliance plan ready for when the legal challenges end. That could take years.
The Pittsburgh International Auto Show is going exotic for 2016 — and adding more brands than ever.
The Miami-based chain says it plans to put hot dogs on its menu nationally for the first time starting Feb. 23.
GNC’s CEO said the fourth-quarter results represent a third consecutive quarter of improving same store sales trends.
The three-year agreement will bring the hourly pay rate of all the workers to $15 by the end of the contract.
The $28.5 million settlement will be split evenly among about 25 million riders after attorneys’ fees, according to the statement.
Secretary John Quigley said that while the Supreme Court stay was a surprise, the DEP will endeavor to have a plan ready this year.
New acquisition not well received by market analysts, who say the price paid versus other potential alternatives ”makes little sense.”
Cuomo tries to block KeyCorp’s takeover of First Niagara; Kansas station first to sell gasoline below $1 a gallon
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The jewelry industry’s three months’ salary guideline is being challenged as the “proper” amount to spend on an engagement ring.
Jilted in November by an Irish drug maker, Mylan finds a partner in Sweden.
Seeking “world-class” performance, struggling U.S. Steel outsources more jobs.
China thinks about trimming steel production, but import-plagued U.S. wouldn’t benefit much, industry leader says.
Federation officials are seeking $4 million for the two-story, 14,000-square-foot office building at 234 McKee Place.
The simple blood test will determine whether the person has a genetic mutation that will keep the drug clopidogrel from working properly.
The move is a seen as win for the coalition of 27 mostly Republican-led states and also utilities, coal miners and other industry opponents
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have proposed a model for better air pollution tracking around U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works.
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The Washington County-based firm will be replacing Mike McAndrew with Mr. Sykes, who has been working as a consultant since 2014.
The committee began weighing two Republican proposals for a natural gas severance tax on Monday.
Environmental groups say DEP’s “weak” reply to a report on mining damages reveals a lack of urgency to correct long-acknowledged problems.
Study: Insurance companies are jacking up rates on good drivers based on their homeownership status.
State environmental officials are reviewing the first transmission link from Ontario to Pennsylvania and surrounding states.
The car dealer recently purchased a warehouse at 1901 Liberty Ave. now occupied by Pittsburgh Cut Flower Co. for $1.95 million.
The Pa. top court gives businesses protection to accept a settlement, but without forfeiting their right to reimbursement from the insurer.
The program sought to offer free access to a limited version of the social network and other Internet services.
In fees and taxes, the industry would pay an estimated $404 million next year — significantly less than the $990 million proposed in March.
Alpha says it has received a $500 million offer from existing lenders for the potential sale of the bankrupt coal producer's core assets
The plan drew praise from the White House and criticism from environmentalists who said they are too weak to actually slow global warming.
The shale driller on Monday clarified that it was not seeking bankruptcy protection.
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Appalachian energy companies aren’t just making lemonade from sour prices — they’re each “uniquely positioned” to ride the downturn.
The hospital has been living with negative margins since 1998 with a $1.8 million operating loss in fiscal 2015.
Research suggests that men who seek help are perceived as less than — less competent, less strong, less of a leader.
With the new test, doctors can predict the aggressiveness of the tumor and what kind of chemotherapy will be most effective in treatment.
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Gasoline prices tumble another 4 cents, as the region sees it lowest price for the fossil fuel since April 2009.