Starbucks plans to turn more of its cafes into a destination for beer and wine in the evenings.
The government announced a $1.2 billion settlement with Toyota Motor Corp. on Wednesday and filed a criminal charge alleging the company defrauded consumers by issuing misleading statements about safety issues in Toyota and Lexus vehicles.
With tax season deadlines around the corner, make sure you are prepared to defend against scams.
The Green Lane bike project is coming to Pittsburgh, bringing a safer way of transportation for cyclists.
Chatham University is looking into going coed in order to save their dwindling enrollment numbers.
Staples is closing 225 of its 1,846 stores by the end of next year; although, it won’t say where.
The Allegheny County Health Department has approved the first step toward implementing a restaurant grading system.
The University of Pittsburgh Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence is marking a milestone.
New information is coming out regarding a fire that damaged poplar Market Square restaurant NOLA and several other businesses.
Business owners in Gilpin and Bethel townships in Armstrong County are frustrated over vandals apparently armed with BB guns who are shooting out windows.
After KDKA-TV first broke the story of outrageous spikes in electricity rates by some suppliers such as IDT Energy and Blue Pilot Energy, many viewers emailed their stories to money editor Jon Delano.
Last Monday, KDKA told you about the Johnsons whose electricity supplier without notice tripled their electric bill to $739.
The Midway Bar and Grill has served up a great hand-battered Atlantic cod sandwich for generations, but while its patrons are bound to miss it, the fact that the Midway may be closing is actually good news to owner Don Davis.
In response to a KDKA-TV report last Monday and complaints filed by nearly 800 ratepayers, the Public Utility Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to open an investigation of the doubling, tripling and quadrupling of rates by certain electricity suppliers.
Scam artists are trying to use funeral home newsletters as a way to hack into your computer.
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, […]