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Sports teams are the newest to embrace the ugly Christmas sweater trend
The public tiff started with last week’s announcement by Highmark that it was terminating the contracts of nearly 700 UPMC physicians.
2015 McLaren 650S: For the driver who has everything, another reason to give thanks.
Owner Forest City Enterprises is proposing to redevelop the east side of the complex, with 300 units of apartments in the first phase.
Also news on durable goods order, home sales and blue energy
Avoiding the promotional blitz, premium brands are trying to preserve their reputations, said Keith Jelinek, who tracks the retail industry.
The flow of educated workers from struggling communities to areas with brighter job opportunities might help shore up the U.S. middle class.
Billionaire Joe Grendys has no clue how Forbes found him.
Possibilities for the site include a movie theater, bowling alley, a fitness center, a music venue, restaurants, cafes and a food market.
Americans unsure about privacy policies, net neutrality, according to Pew report.
UPMC and Highmark officials still disagree about which UPMC physicians will be in Highmark’s network next year.
Seniors who picked a Highmark Medicare Advantage plan two weeks ago may now find that their UPMC doctor is now out-of-network.
Eating ham has never been more expensive than this year, partly because pigs are too fat.
Tenants are expected to remain in the office building at least through the remainder of their leases.
Also news from Mazda and Home Depot
Before you break the bank, here are three solid phones that cover the basics.
Many customers are eschewing the top-end price tags for models that can get the job done at less than a third of the cost.
A meeting will be held by the Castle Shannon Revitalization Corp. at 7 p.m. Monday at the Ice Castle, 990 Castle Shannon Blvd.
For many people, tech gifts are the must-have present this year.
One year after the polar vortex shook up Pennsylvania’s electricity marketplace, parties say they are prepared for another winter.
Nonprofit organizations should take their cue from Fred Rogers’ simple storytelling style when advocating for funding and policy issues.
First Energy says demand response, which doesn’t require any capital commitment, is “starving” traditional generation out of revenue.
Some Highmark Medicare Advantage customers may find that their UPMC physicians are now out of network, despite promises to the contrary.
Just 4 percent were found to be satisfied with how firms provide their legal services.
Uber drivers had been cited by Allegheny County police for picking up passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport.
A variety of strategies can help firms build market share.
Duncan Mac Naughton was a public figure at Wal-Mart, appearing before investors and media.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew criticizes lawmakers contemplating an extension of business tax breaks without doing the same for individuals.
Other news from Budweiser, United Technologies and Google
Several factors are helping natural gas dodge the pressures that have knocked more than 25 percent from the price of crude oil since June.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court will soon decide whether drillers may extend the life of a lease by the length of time taken up by a landowner’s
Company news from Meyer, Unkovic & Scott; Dickie McCamey & Chilcote; Rothman Gordon; Bassi, Vreeland & Associates.
Choosing a health plan is one of the most important decisions many people make.
Alex Simakas plans to convert five acres at the former Interlocking Deck Systems plant at 43rd and Willow streets.
Construction is expected to begin in August or September of 2015 and the project’s expected to be completed by October 2017.
The protesters were ordered to serve 20 hours of community service. Upon completion their charges will be dismissed.
The projects enable UGI customers in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area to be nearly 100 percent supplied by Marcellus Shale natural gas.
Collecting from patients can be more complicated than dealing with insurance companies.
U.S. Steel president and CEO Mario Longhi’s Carnegie Way transformation relies heavily on transfusions of new blood.
If women were more self-confident about their leadership skills, global research study says, they might be better positioned for top jobs.
Modeled on European markets set up around Christmas, it has grown from 15 booths to about 30 this year.
One school in Illinois is offering athletic scholarships for video gamers. And it’s not as crazy as you think.
Employees at Best Buy in Robinson undergo a Black Friday drill to prepare for the big day.
The technology is being adopted in stores and restaurants.
Also, learning to work around annoyances can keep workers out of controversy.
A recent report, however, found only 29 percent say they have formal flex arrangements.
People on the Move
The times when families are together are a good time to discuss options.
There are several options on the market for those seeking headphones fit for workouts.