Pa. Supreme Court Rules Family's Lawsuit Against Chemical Companies For Father’s Death Allowed To ProceedA groundbreaking civil case involving the long-time groundskeeper and superintendent at a local golf course will proceed, thanks to a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Bayer Shutting Down Some Pittsburgh Operations, Nearly 600 Employees AffectedNot that long ago, Pittsburgh was the American headquarters for the German-based Bayer Corporation, with over 2,600 employees working at its campus off Parkway West.
Bayer To Layoff 12,000 Employees Worldwide, Impact In Pittsburgh UnclearThere was a time when Bayer, the German company best known for the aspirin it developed in 1899, was a very big presence in Pittsburgh as the multi-national giant's North American headquarters had 2,600 people working off Parkway West.
Councilwoman Trying To Calm Tempers In Heated Debate Over Bayer SignWhat was once an iconic symbol of Pittsburgh has become an old, rusty hulk and has sparked a battle between the city and the sign's owner, Lamar Advertising.
Sources: Peduto Administration, Potential Advertiser Dispute Halts Deal To Makeover Bayer SignIt's an iconic symbol of Pittsburgh that has fallen into disrepair.
Bayer To Split Up, Leaving Future In Pittsburgh UncertainBayer, the German company that became one of Pittsburgh's business icons, is splitting up.
Possible New Deal Lights Up Interest In Mt. Washington Bayer SignThe lights may be staying on after all, a deal is in the works to keep the iconic Bayer sign atop Mt. Washington plugged in.
Iconic Bayer Sign On Mt. Washington To Go DarkIt looks like it is going to be lights out the an iconic Mt. Washington sign. Hear about the efforts to save it.
Bayer Wants To Upgrade Mt. Washington Sign, Faces OppositionIt's illuminated the night sky for 75 years – most recently the beacon of the Bayer Corporation, but by day it's deteriorating to the alarm of hilltop residents.
Electronic Billboard Debate In Pittsburgh ResurfacesThe City of Pittsburgh is about to lift its moratorium on electronic billboards, but next week the city’s planning commission is expected to pass a new ordinance that would severely restrict their use.