Class-Action Lawsuit Filed After Yahoo! Data BreachYahoo! users can now submit a claim as part of a class-action lawsuit filed over recent data breaches.
DoorDash Suffered A Data Breach That Affected 4.9 Million PeopleDoorDash confirmed it suffered a data breach affecting roughly 4.9 million delivery people and merchants.
Survey Ranks Banks On Customer Service, Finds All Generations Like Branch BanksA new customer survey by J.D. Power finds five local banks closely ranked in customer satisfaction.
FTC Says AT&T Misled Customers Over Unlimited Data, Lawsuit FiledAT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data plans but instead experienced slow speeds while browsing the Internet or watching streaming video.
Dairy Queen Hacked, Including Area LocationsThe Wall Street Journal reports that Dairy Queen is the latest company to announce that hackers got a hold of its customers credit card information.
Consumer Reports’ Survey Looks At Tech Support ServicesYou know that dreaded moment when your hard drive crashes. If you're like most people, you can't fix it yourself. Do you know where to turn?
P.F. Chang's Warning Customers Of Data BreachP.F. Changs China Bistro Ltd. is warning customers about a data breach at 33 of their stores nationwide, including one in Pittsburgh.
Regulators Accuse T-Mobile Of Bogus BillingT-Mobile US became the target of a federal investigation and lawsuit Tuesday amid allegations that it bilked potentially hundreds of millions of dollars from its customers in fraudulent charges.
South Highland Avenue Bridge To Reopen WednesdayBusinesses in the Shadyside area of Pittsburgh are thrilled that the South Highland Avenue bridge will reopen Wednesday.
PNC To Close Some Branch Banks While Considering Charge For Smartphone DepositsSigns that read "Permanently Closed" could be appearing on a PNC branch near you, PNC's incoming CEO William Demchak told analysts in Boston on Tuesday
Superstorm Induces At Least Some Bank Fee ChangesWith water, wind and rain creating havoc in a number of states, one of America's largest banks -- JP Morgan Chase -- took the lead in helping its customers hit by Superstorm Sandy.