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Industry says the photos don’t represent standard practices but rather show moments where regulators appropriately enforced existing rules
Across the nation, new rates went into effect on April 1 under the National Flood Insurance Program.
Medicare payments to hospitals now cover less than 90 percent of cost of care, according to the American Hospital Association.
Many travel agents, including Bill Katz of Squirrel Hill, have gone with a streamlined approach to operations.
Resolving arguments in the workplace can be difficult; avoiding them in the first place may be the way to go.
Which Bluetooth speaker is the loudest?
Waterloo Industries Inc., of Waterloo, Iowa, is recalling about 105,000 Husky Securelock Vertical Bike Hooks
Litigation continues in a lawsuit against the NHL brought about by former players who believed the league concealed dangers of concussions.
In the last decade, YouTube has changed our culture in many ways, including in Pittsburgh.
The brand’s designers are working to re-engineer the bra so that it provides more support, particularly for women with larger bust sizes.
Catching up with mustard, and Downtown grocery store opens on Market Street.
Business Referral Network of Pittsburgh - AM Pittsburgh Chapter, 7:30 a.m., Uptown Coffee, 723 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon.
In architecture, Perkins Eastman said Jeffrey M. Young joined as an associate principal.
WASHINGTON — Here’s a quote to live by: If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.
By definition, job-seeking is a highly frustrating process.
One major tip: Keep it simple.
He wants neighborhoods to be more involved. At the ex-LTV site, “stop calling it Almono and start calling it Hazelwood,” the mayor said.
The racetrack casino proposal for Lawrence County is on life support, but its developers still want a few more months to find new investors.
Mayor Bill Peduto trumpeted an “economy for everyone” in his remarks to an audience of international delegates gathered in the Hill.
The state Department of Labor and Industry reported today a net loss of 12,700 jobs statewide for the month of March.
The company said it fixed the source of fugitive emissions earlier this month by repairing the duct system of one of its smokestacks.
The high school class of 2014 mostly went to college, according to a recent labor report.
There has been widespread speculation that Teva, based in Israel and the world’s biggest generic drug maker, was mulling an offer for Mylan.
There are times when keeping accounts separate may be a better way of maintaining marital harmony.
Mayor Bill Peduto borrowed a campaign mantra — good enough is not good enough anymore — to signal it is a new day for development.
Starting Sunday, FiOS Custom TV will allow customers to choose the channels they want and eliminate others.
Congressional committee leaders have agreed on a measure to give the president “fast-track” trade promotion authority.
Trains hauling crude oil and other flammable liquids will be required to slow down as they pass through urban areas.
The company expects Beaver Valley’s Unit 1 reactor to run at about half-power for at least a week as they repair a pump motor.
Netflix stocks surge as earning reports show some growth.
Read more business news about housing starts, CEO pay, Target and Volkswagen.
Foreclosure activity in the United States rose sharply last month, on an increase in bank repossessions, according to a report by industry
It looks like a prominent Downtown real estate firm will be changing addresses.
The move came out of a decision to consolidate operations at its Parsippany, N.J., headquarters following its merger with Novartis.
Company officials say the job cuts are part of a restructuring to integrate recent acquisitions into PPG’s business.
Payday lenders typically provide loans of less than $500 at very high interest rates to people looking for immediate cash.
The ads sound ominous: “Using RFID scanners, today’s thieves can hijack your personal and financial data from across the room.”
If the handsome styling or off-road capability appeals to you, I’d say see if the kinks will be worked out.
Despite the increase, other data suggests that the number of laid-off workers applying for benefits is still quite low.
New push for reformulated mustard in retail stores is part of the new owners’ vision for the company’s growth.
he Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 10.79 points, or 0.5 percent, to close at 2,106.63.
News from BNY Mellon; Rivers Casino; The Meadows; EQT; Federal Reserve; Segway; Ninebot; Toyota; Nokia; and Alcatel-Lucent.
The Secret Service says the public can help stop counterfeiters by paying attention to the details of U.S. currency.
Oil production from major U.S. shale areas will decline by almost 60,000 barrels per day between April and May.
At 435 Market Street, Downtown Pittsburgh, a VIP reception is set from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The official grand opening is next Wednesday.
If Highmark’s Medicare clients lose UPMC access next year, will the divorce agreement between UPMC and Highmark offer seniors any comfort?
Union representation isn’t the same as collective bargaining, according to Gov. Tom Wolf and the SEIU.
The tale detailed in an SEC filing is of a determined suitor, Pittsburgh-based H.J. Heinz Co., pressing its case.
Pittsburgh’s biggest bank earned $933 million for the three months ended March 31 compared with $992 million in the same period last year.
Pittsburgh-area protesters joined national day of action calling for higher wages with protest in Oakland.