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Politics makes strange bed fellows, as is apparent in the fight over the food stamp program.
A review of five communities shows one in four inspections are late.
Also: Can't survive on $7.25; Deadline for retirees; Goodwill seeks cash donations.
Many people do not claim the deductions -- either because they fear being audited or they may not even be aware that it is possible.
Marcellus Shale jobs' impact is not as clear here as in other states. The estimates can vary by a factor of 10, and the debates are heated.
The period between Thanksgiving and the start of a New Year is an excellent time to work on your portfolio.
Here are tips for starting 2014 with a sound financial plan.
My top vintage gear recommendation is Ohm Walsh speakers from Ohm Acoustics.
The mayor-elect's chief innovation and performance officer said collaboration could make Pittsburgh a model for sustainability.
People on the move ...
A consistently good cup of joe starts at as little as $40.
Business meetings, seminars and events this week in Pittsburgh.
Where others saw pot roast, Tony Mata saw potential.
It's easy to get bullied at work. Speaking up is another story.
A recent IRS ruling gives a boost to one employer-sponsored, tax-advantaged health care savings plan, but has big implications for another.
While friendship is a voluntary association, co-workers have required interactions that may create conflicting expectations.
The residential district close to Downtown has long supported neighborhood restaurants, but now some more adventurous venues are coming.
A black market has bloomed in which opportunists sell top-rated beers that are hard to find, in short supply, expensive or illegal to ship.
The money will compensate for repurchase obligations on about 900,000 problem loans originated and sold to Freddie Mac.
Also: Firm seeks OK to close Beaver Valley coal plant; $1.9M on the way to CMU researchers; Consol lay off dozens following coal mines
American Eagle said the fourth quarter is off to a slow start as teen retailers discount heavily, coping with sluggish consumer spending.
The nation's unemployment rate dropped in November to 7 percent, down from October's 7.3 percent rate.
Earlier this year, Virginia-based AES Corp. announced plans to shut down other coal plants in Indiana and Ohio.
The layoffs are in human resources, coal engineering, accounting, IT, purchasing, marketing and land resources.
The deal, which includes $8 million in credits, covers repurchase obligations on about 900,000 loans sold between 2000 and 2008.
“Our financial performance is clearly unsatisfactory and not consistent with our objectives,” CEO Robert Hanson said in a written statement.
Report shows bigger independent businesses are seeing a faster recovery than their smaller counterparts.
These are picks from the best products of 2013, as well as some enduring choices that prove their value year after year.
Unemployment in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area fell in October as more people left the workforce.
The former Office Depot space is back on the market after a developer is unable to complete a deal to fill it.
Also: Accounts compromised; Equitable Gas sale concludes; FBN takeover cleared; Shell drops Gulf Coast plans; EDMC subsidiary
"The pope recognizes unions, why won't Duquesne?" asked Joe Fahey, chair of the nonprofit Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice.
Shell is down to two major capital projects under evaluation -- the ethane cracker near Monaca and liquefied natural gas projects.
The jobless rate declined one-tenth of one percentage point from 6.8 percent in September to 6.7 percent in October.
EQT will use the proceeds from the deal, expected to close by Jan. 1, to grow its oil and gas exploration and production business.
Ronald A. Moog, 78, owned Moog Trans Financial Services, of Castle Shannon, which audited and then paid freight bills for companies.
No specifics about the update were made available ahead of the briefing.
Employers are still having a hard time finding skilled workers, but that doesn't mean they are paying more to attract them.
The Market District Express store, a smaller version of its original, is meant to mix convenience with better food and a quick meal.
A review of the 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Turbo Diesel.
A tentative accord seems to have breathed new life into the governor's bid to hire Camelot Global Services to manage the state lottery.
Under the agreement, patients at Weirton Medical will have access to care at AHN's cardiovascular institute.
The Penguins won't submit their plans for the former Civic Arena site next week because of anger over affordable housing.
A Plum woman is tired of unwanted mail and phone calls from con artists.
The two small-molecule compounds will be the first to combine the dual action of two major classes of cancer drugs into a single molecule.
The Southpointe-based engineering-simulation technology company will absorb Reaction Design in a deal expected to close in January.
The lawsuit involves a rabbi who says Northwest Airlines revoked his membership, saying he had abused it by making too many complaints.
Would you be up for a round of golf with Penguins' Rob Scuderi? Or maybe dinner with Steelers' Bruce Gradkowski? Thuzio can make it happen.
Retirement investors aged 70 1/2 face a looming deadline of Dec. 31 to withdraw money from company retirement plans and traditional IRAs.
Driving the Jeep Cherokee of today is nothing like driving the Jeep Cherokee of old.