The men were in a group indicted in the Western District of Pennsylvania for using the botnet called “Bugat” to steal banking credentials.
Louis Martin Blazer III agrees to settle SEC charges that he used money from professional athletes and other clients to invest in two films.
Michael D. Flowers, who led the Coraopolis company for six years, will be replaced by Paul M. Boechler, who has been at Aecom.
The documents, the Panama Papers, list the true owners of thousands of companies created to hide the people behind them.
The Downtown-based company said sales were hurt by a decline in the aluminum industry. It also has a deal to sell two plants in England.
The unemployment rate remained at a low of 5 percent, roughly the same level it has been since the fall.
CRF Frozen Foods issued a widespread recall of frozen fruits and vegetables, including 358 products under 42 separate brands.
Walnut Capital has reached a deal with a U.S.-based pension fund to invest in the mixed use office, retail and hotel development site.
National journalism fellowship named after Pittsburgh native, former WTAE-TV vice-president and general manager Fred Young.
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A year after offering municipalities efficient lighting, the electric utility is balking at a request to share certain pricing information.
“I challenge all of us to engage in a conversation with someone who doesn’t look like you,” lawyer Tony Thompson said.
Rorus Inc. in Point Breeze is looking to India to sell its proprietary, point-of-use water filters. The start-up has raised about $300,000.
UPMC will extend its reach east and north under a plan to bring Williamsport’s Susquehanna Health into the Pittsburgh health system’s fold.
The layoffs focused on administrative and support staff at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh’s Online Division, housed in the Strip District.
Kimbia Inc. says hardware issue caused delays in processing donations during nationwide online giving events, including one in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh health insurer making up to $5.5 million available in incentive payments to primary care doctors.
The lawsuit claims at least four consumers, three of whom are military veterans, were bilked out of nearly $25,000.
The university has nearly doubled funding meant to help move faculty and student research ideas into the commercial marketplace.
The Moon environmental products and services company’s first quarter results fell short of analyst estimates.
Greg Cammerata, president of Greensburg-based KeyTex Energy, says the company wants to build the plant.
North Side-based Gwen’s Girls has expanded to Penn Hills and Clairton. Now, its new executive director wants to take its mission further.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale called the fire evacuation of 88,000 one of the largest in Canadian history, if not the largest.
ALEC members will discuss and vote on proposals that could be submitted as potential model bills to a board of state legislators.
New York developer Faros converts space inside the former Allegheny Center Mall on North Side into new high-tech collaborative work space.
Savers lulled to sleep in recent years by near-zero returns on CDs might have reason to crack open an eyelid — sometime next year.
Wesbanco to buy Your Community Bancshares for $221M; Pa. advances bill to give ride-sharing permanent authority
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The Rogue received a complete redesign for 2014, and simply adds a few new features for the latest model year.
Off the ice, the Penguins have transformed themselves into NHL leaders in business practices.
A preliminary analysis showed corrosion on some pipeline joints, but experts warn that a definitive cause is still months away.
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development is planning to meet with employers and educators to find solutions in “war” for workers.
Rice Energy Inc. reported a first quarter loss of 21 million.
The New York company said today that it is closing 113 of its 739 U.S. stores, including one at Monroeville Mall, and all 41 locations in
The union represents 340 nurses and anesthetists who have been working without a contract since October.
The complex stock-lending “dividend-arbitrage” transactions are structured and marketed as tax-avoidance vehicles.
Plus: Honda, Nissan break records and L.B. Foster reports first-quarter loss of $2.8 million
The visit from Energy Department officials follows up on a partnership the city signed last July to create local energy districts.
Young adults are driving the steady rise in multi-generational households, according to the Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C.
Dismayed at seeing poor quality construction work in minority neighborhoods, Scott Thomas-Tunstalle started his own company.
Ronita Nandy left management jobs at big companies to nurture young women in engineering and to encourage them to stay in the profession.
New electronic health records system at Allegheny General Hospital contributed, as did mild flu season.
The proposed oil and gas rules now face a vote in the full House and Senate.
The Pittsburgh Foundation suspended the Day of Giving program Tuesday afternoon, saying it planned to reschedule the event at a later date.
Deborah Linhart, former official at Allegheny Health Network, will join the Uptown shelter as it merges with Pittsburgh Mercy Health System.
Gov. Tom Wolf joined Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald in criticizing a $11.3 million fine issued last month.
Generic drug giant Mylan reported that first-quarter profits skidded 75 percent from a year earlier on higher expenses.
Both sides hope it is the first step toward a future in which thousands of ships a year could cross the Florida Straits.
The moratorium on the payment of $400 million in debt that matured Sunday is the biggest default yet by the island.
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Parent company of 31st Street Studios in the Strip District says that it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts