The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership is celebrating 20 years of business.
The drive-through at the Green Tree Starbucks always seems to have a line — even in the middle of the afternoon — which suggests a growing trend in the coffee business.
Made in Pennsylvania — that’s what Democratic candidate for governor Tom Wolf promoted on Monday as he visited start-up companies in Pittsburgh.
As a billionaire heir to the Mellon fortune, he could have lived a life of leisure.
From the shadow of the Cathedral of Learning to the Carnegie Mellon campus, food trucks sell all kinds of mouth-watering food.
A 6-foot fox in a hotel lobby. A tail on a luggage cart. The “Furries” are back.
Hear all about the history of radio as seen through the eyes of a legendary Detroit DJ.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald join KDKA Radio once a month to take on concerns that are important to residents. Today, the men addressed issues like the Luke Bryan concert, bicycling in the city, “Choice Neighborhood”, and more!
Cameras were not allowed in, but an administrative hearing was held in Pittsburgh on Thursday that could shut down the operations of two popular rideshare companies — Uber and Lyft.
With President Obama’s efforts to increase the minimum wage blocked by Republicans in Congress, some companies are acting on their own.
UPMC and Highmark have agreed to a transition plan, sources tell KDKA-TV money editor Jon Delano.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Does it feel like the money you earn doesn’t go as far as it once did? In his new book “Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy – and What We Can Do About It”, Steve Forbes says that it doesn’t.
The Chairman and Editor in Chief for Forbes Media and former presidential candidate joined KDKA’s Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about the current state of the economy.
As part of their Act 47 financial recovery plan, City Council has approved a proposal from Councilman Corey O’Connor that could ultimately affect everyone who uses one of the city’s new meters for parking — varying the hourly rate in the same spot to attract more cars to park.
State Senator Jay Costa believes there are numerous other methods to solve the budget crisis than pension cuts. He joined Mike Pintek to talk about his ideas.
Regulators want two ride-sharing companies to stop doing business in Pennsylvania.
Dave Crawley Receives “Bill Burns” Award
An exhibit at the HJ Heinz History Center celebrates how Pittsburgh has helped to change the world. Spanning over 16,000 square-feet, “Pittsburgh: A Tradition of Innovation” highlights our region’s contributions to art, medicine, industry, education, sports, technology, and much more!
You’re making small talk at a party and then you ask the big question, “So what do you do for a living?” The answer determines if you exchange phone numbers or say goodnight. A recent […]
Pittsburgh is known for many things, but being a big business hub may not be one of them. From Heinz to PPG, here’s some of the Fortune 1000 Companies who have their headquarters here in […]
If heading to a crowded shopping mall is something you dread this time of year, you might be thinking about doing some of your holiday shopping online. Follow these tips to ensure cyber shopping experience pays off in the long run.
Some of those infomercials that you see on TV make certain products look like things you just can’t afford to live without; but do they really live up to all the hype? Before you invest, […]