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Agencies are now monitoring their computer networks with unprecedented scrutiny and tracking employee behavior.
U.S. firms want any economic sanctions to be imposed by a coalition of nations, not America alone.
PNC Park will switch from Pepsi to Coca-Cola products, since the Pirates and the soft drink giant reached an agreement during the offseason.
The widening income gap between the wealthy and those left behind is sparking debate, anger and sporadic protests.
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate fell in January for the third straight month.
Also: Foreign goods rise helps widen U.S. trade deficit; Consumer borrowing rises $13.7B in January; Agency pushes Graco to explain recall
National unemployment rose to 6.7 percent in February and job creation jumped.
Bitcoin uses a public ledger and a network of voluntary computers to validate transactions that are signed with encrypted signatures.
Fragasso Financial Advisors are concerned about interest rates moving up if people nearing retirement shift most of their assets to bonds.
Plus: ExOne buys two firms for $10M; Fedex moves into Texas site; Security firm settles with FTC;Identity theft tips released
Deeplocal, BirdBrain and EyeSee360 are just a trio of the companies expected to swarm Texas for the music, film and interactive festival.
Chris Dilla said she wants to have a community tap selection of craft beers at her North Fayette and Beaver County restaurants.
David Austin managed accounts such as "You've Got A Friend In Pennsylvania."
Shoppers play faster and looser; serial returners navigate a culture of retail discounting; the Internet opens up new opportunities.
The nation's consumer watchdog gets flooded with complaints about abusive debt collectors and unfair practices.
A similar policy will be applied to Instagram, the company's photo-sharing network, Facebook said.
Driver's Seat: Review of the 2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 Crewmax
The Entrepreneurs: Bocktown's Chris Dilla wanted somewhere for her friends to go and enjoy craft beer. So she built two places.
Also: Pa. ranked first in facilities; Ampco loses $1.5M in Q4; GM documents demanded; Still writing paper checks?; Target exec resigns
Federal Reserve notes growth even as harsh weather slowed hiring, sales.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC president and CEO Jeffrey Romoff met for two hours this afternoon to break the ice.
The PSO laid off almost 10 percent of its administrative staff in ongoing efforts to balance its budget and make operations more efficient.
Also, Duquesne proposes building a black box theater, and the planning board OKs using a former Hazelwood church for a K-6 charter school.
A long-delayed Mon River lock and dam project would get a boost under President Barack Obama's budget proposal.
Until recently, a summer job at a law firm was the first step for students trying to secure a permanent position.
Standard & Poor's cited its "expectation for weaker future earnings than we had previously anticipated."
Heinz Endowments chose an executive search firm that will assist Heinz family members and the board in their hunt for a new president.
The extension is tied to the federal ConnectED program, which aims to connect 99% of students to high-speed Internet in the next five years.
Also: Coosemans, Consumers merge; Some RadioShacks to close; HFF beats income forecast; VW recall won't be widened
They will discuss many of the issues around living wages and unionization that about a thousand protesters brought to Downtown sidewalks.
Looking for a job? You'd do best by messing with Texas.
He tried civil cases with an intelligence and sense of civility that made him widely respected among his peers.
Handset makers have introduced a number of big-screen smartphones that are only about an inch smaller than the screen of an iPad Mini.
The Commerce Department reported Monday that consumer spending rose 0.4 percent in January.
Outlying health systems outspent in marketing efforts
Also: Gates is the world's richest person; PPG closes deal with company; Heinz joins shareholder event; Sauce slated for auction
Buchanan Ingersoll lawyer can't quash Rigas subpoena
Federal judge tosses case over Allegheny Forest drilling plan
People on the move.
While Congress debates a new immigration law, 2014 will see the U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services scrutinize work visas more carefully.
As clients seek opportunities in the booming energy sector, law firms have adjusted their practice areas.
Plans call for A-B-C cleanliness grades to be posted as soon as September, following a test launch in July and August.
The Davis Companies, which paid $14 million for the Grant Street site, will renovate but isn't sure of the building's future use.
The team said that meeting an October deadline could be tough given ongoing negotiations with Hill District leaders and the city.
Musicians from around the world played together in an Internet concert Saturday, with Carnegie Mellon a major hub.
Business week in review.
UPMC has the upper hand on Highmark when it comes to the "any willing insurer" bill, but there are lots of other issues at play.
Yes, it is once again time to revisit the investment theory developed and promulgated by money manager Michael O'Higgins.
Highmark and UPMC spend millions on government lobbying -- but then, so does the rest of the health care sector.
Can old lenses fit on new DSLR camera bodies?