If the board that oversees the Homestead Cemetery doesn’t come up with a significant amount of funding by June 30, the cemetery will be forced to file for bankruptcy.
Soon there are going to be thousands of people joining the unemployment lines.
A dream to redecorate turned into a nightmare for a local family. They were out more than a thousand dollars, and had no furniture to show for it.
Some people in Hazelwood are outraged.
The companies operating Highmark Stadium and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Pittsburgh School Board member Mark Brentley told the conservator appointed by the courts to handle a possible sale of the August Wilson Center that at least an ad hoc committee of the board is interested in finding out what it would take to buy the facility.
The Pittsburgh Public School District is $20 million in the hole and will become bankrupt in 2016 if the situation is not addressed.
Three DFW furniture stores in the Pittsburgh area have closed their doors, after the Columbus, Ohio-based company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
It’s a tale of two cities — with two very different outcomes.
A federal bankruptcy judge signed off Wednesday on the $11 billion merger of American Airlines and US Airways.
A hospice in Monroeville has gone into bankruptcy, and workers who stayed to help transfer patients with the promise of getting paid, say they’ve yet to see their money.
Good news for twinkie lovers, as Hostess and their bakery union agree to mediation.
Hostess announced Friday it had no choice but to go out of business because of a strike by the bakers’ union. So the company suspended production at its 33 factories and has already filed for bankruptcy protection.
Hostess Brands Inc. says it’s going out of business after striking workers across the country crippled its ability to make its Twinkies, Ding Dongs and other snacks.
They were once partners, and both say they are open to partnering again. But on Thursday in court, West Penn Allegheny and Highmark accused each other of breaking the original deal that would have merged the hospital system with this region’s largest health insurer.