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PNC Financial Services Group this morning reported earnings of $992 million as it set aside less money to cover bad loans and expenses fell.
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.
New York firm OKs purchase by Koppers; Fort Lauderdale-’Burgh daily flight set to launch; Apollo reports income rise in first quarter
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.
People on the move.
Business-oriented events this week.
East Liberty-based SolePower is catching eyes for its cell phone charging insoles.
The week that was in business news: A new partnership between UPMC and the VA, fading food courts, and more.
Prepaid cards are no longer just for people who don’t have bank accounts. Fees have declined, and many prepaid cards offer more features.
A “rescue” could cost you thousands of dollars.
A good reference could be the difference between landing a job and being turned down.
But when big risks lead to big rewards, female leaders must shift their thought processes if they are going to raise their growth prospects.
Where companies hold shareholder meetings says a lot about how poorly they'll do in the months ahead.
While some people hate divulging personal information, others view their life as an open book and will happily share almost anything.
So, how should you handle unpaid collection accounts? Pay them off.
Unfortunately, CD capability is becoming rarer and rarer as people switch to digital media on their phones and computers.
The state issued new permit conditions Friday in certain areas that are among the nation's strictest for natural gas drilling.
The attacks subsided, providing what officials have described as a template to respond in other such cases.
Texas firms agrees to stop using bottle in Heinz tiff; Coldwater Creek stores on chopping block; First Commonwealth names Rout successor.
Dozens of students attended a panel discussion Friday at Pitt on how their eyes were opened to the dangers of credit card debt.
"Yellow X" would let drivers use their own vehicles and connect with riders either via a smartphone app or Yellow Cab dispatchers.
Cybersecurity is ripe for a tipping point. Why might Target be that tipping point? Because Target is unique.
The Idaho retailer has Pittsburgh-area stores in Ross, Monroeville, Mt. Lebanon, Cranberry, Grove City and Erie.
The Pittsburgh-Allegheny County SEA expects to begin preliminary design work by summer for a proposed deck over Crosstown Boulevard
Marina on Mon about to set sail; Burns & Scalo acquires David Hood & Sons; Family Dollar to close stores, cut jobs
Analysis says Spirit Airlines received the most complaints over the past five years.
Greene County native Richard Trumka, the national president of the AFL-CIO, said raising wages is a top priority.
Randall Family Big Ideas competition for student businesses competition connects fledgling business owners with mentors.
Inspectors are still working to get to the side of Mount Washington below the restaurant after Tuesday's landslide.
Web surfers wonder whether they should change passwords to prevent theft of email accounts, credit card numbers and sensitive information.