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News from Murray Energy; Alpha Natural Resources; Bank of New York Mellon; RadioShack; General Wireless Operations; and more.
Janet Yellen spoke amid growing concern at the Fed about volatility in financial markets once it begins to raise rates.
The Strip District distiller is set to issue its first bourbon next week. It’s the first Pennsylvania-made bourbon in decades.
Companies added 27,000 non-farm jobs between March and April and there were 64,000 more jobs than in April 2014.
As economies recover, jet makers expect more companies will see efficiency in owning their own aircraft.
The company blamed the workforce reductions on competition from natural gas for electricity generation and burdensome regulations.
Minority-owned businesses face tougher time getting bank loans, survey says.
Read more business news about unemployment claims, Lumber Liquidators, Dollar Tree-Family Dollar and Hewlett-Packard
The bank has a strong presence in State College and worked with students to create a more college student-friendly environment.
Some colleges are teaching students to make beer as part of their studies.
The most notable Pittsburgh-area hospitals with negative operating margins were West Penn in Bloomfield and Forbes in Monroeville.
State Rep. Nick Kotik, D-Coraopolis, said he intends to introduce a bill that would allow the installation of slot machines.
According to federal safety officials, nearly a dozen automakers are involved in the record recall.
The Senate voted 62-38 to limit debate on a bill granting the White House authority to speed trade deals through Congress.
The proposal to reopen the Hatfield landfill for coal residue was the subject of a passionate two-hour public hearing Thursday night.
The suit says Chicago American Sweet & Snacks sells cookies called "Smiley's" that Eat'n Park says are a lot like its product.
Almost anyone who bought a 5-ounce can of StarKist tuna in the past five years could be a beneficiary of a proposed $12 million settlement.
Hours after the liquor sales referendum passed in Bellevue, Grille 565 is first in line to apply for a bar license.
Review of the Lexus IS350 F-Sport AWD
Faros Properties will renovate the 1.2-million-square-foot mall into a technology incubator, with plans for eateries and a fitness center.
News from Howard Hanna; Nothnagle; Heinz; Kraft; American Eagle Outfitters; Spotify; Wal-Mart.
The mayor and other officials were at hand to celebrate the development in the once crime-ridden area.
Hitting the road this summer is likely to be the cheapest it’s been since 2005, yet consumer confidence is skittish.
The teen retailer’s total revenue rose 8 percent to $700 million from $646 million last year.
The project’s new partners, businessman Joe Procacci and Chicago company Merit Gaming, must submit applications by June 1.
The famous clock will stay. But less certain is the fate of places like the Tic Toc restaurant and the Arcade Bakery.
The state maintains a steady rank for female-owned businesses, but they aren’t growing sales and employees as fast as in other states.
U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag announced a 32-count indictment and the arrest Saturday of Tianjin University professor Hao Zhang.
News from #1 Cochran; Kerven Subaru; American Eagle; 360fly; RE2; PayPal; SK Networks; Trendz 360; Notos Com; and Boost Mobile.
For political participation, Pennsylvania earned a grade of D-minus. The state fares only slightly better on the work and family study.
Still, Old Navy faces a challenge in sustaining that strong growth in a world of cheap fashion that increasingly seems a race to the bottom.
News from UPMC; AHN; Jefferson Hospital; Nova; Cohen & Grigsby; McAuley Ministries; Heinz; Kraft; Endo; Ann Taylor; Samsung; and Apple.
The Pennnsylvania DEP explores additional revenue options as money from drilling permits dwindles.
An associate professor says that her faculty union has been overcollecting union dues and spending some of the money on politicking.
An operation that appears simple on the surface is massive underground.
The governor pointed to initiatives, such as lower speed limits and increased inspection frequencies, undertaken by a rival company.
Sports apparel company Under Armour will be a tenant in a flex office campus being developed in Findlay by Oxford Development Company.
From June 1 to Aug. 31, 223 million people are expected to fly on U.S.-based carriers.
Pittsburgh-based American Eagle will have stores in 28 countries with the new agreements.
The industry has mostly shunned innovation and most lawyers don’t offer the breadth of services of a counselor, Reed Smith’s Ajay Raju says.
After criticism by girl, for lack of female athletes in company catalog, the Findlay retailer widens scope to be more inclusive.
The World Trade Organization ruling against U.S. “country of origin” labels on red meat may force Congress to change or rescind the labels.
Wolf announced the ratification of one-year labor agreements with members of the AFSCME and with the United Food and Commercial Workers.
In a complaint filed today in U.S. District Court, the ex-waitress says the chain violated the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
Plus, Flurry Analytics seeks to understand mobile app “install addicts.”
Notes from Tucker Arensberg, Dinsmore & Shohl, Dickie McCamey & Chilcote, Robert Peirce & Associates, Frank, Gale, Bails, Murcko & Pocrass
A group of large commercial and industrial customers have accused the electric supplier of deceptively charging them “pass-through” costs.
As one federal court insightfully pointed out in a recent opinion, “litigations are fought and won with information.”
Mayor Bill Peduto referred to the Skinny Building at Forbes and Wood as "our own unique quirky little building."
GasBuddy found the average price of a gallon of regular was up 0.6 cents to $2.88 last week, based on a survey of 731 gas stations.