George Retos will be sentenced in March for conspiring to defraud the IRS over more than $250,000 in unpaid taxes for Prime Plastics.
Previous CEO resigns from teen clothing retailer after five months
Nominated to lead the Department of Energy’s nuclear initiatives, a former Westinghouse executive talks policy.
Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill highlights some of the challenges facing foreign-born workers.
Pop-up stores are getting a new spin on an familiar model
Don’t stress about holiday shopping. Like the Grinch’s heart, Pittsburgh’s boutique scene grew a few sizes this year, with more options.
It remains to be seen how or when consumers will feel the price changes caused by tariffs imposed on imported and foreign-made products.
Like many executives, your CEO apparently doesn’t realize that everything he does sends a message.
The Post-Gazette contacted more than a dozen school districts and asked educators to share their perspectives on the role of phones in class.
BuzzFeed is seeking new sources of revenue as Facebook and Alphabet Inc.’s Google vacuum up ad dollars in the digital-media industry.
Volkswagen says it will invest 44 billion euros in developing autonomous and electric cars and expand the appeal of battery-powered cars.
WPNT Inc.’s two FM stations in Western Pennsylvania are WRRK-FM in Braddock and WLTJ-FM in Pittsburgh.
Fashion trucks Vintage Valet and Magnolia on Main have teamed up to produce a Downtown holiday pop-up shop, which runs through Dec. 22.
Currently, Pennsylvania gets only 0.25 percent of its electricity from solar panels mounted on rooftops and in fields.
Volkswagen is reportedly in discussion with Ford and Argo to invest an additional $1 billion into the startup company.
According to the inspection report, at least 50 pounds of cooked pork lions were left unrefrigerated overnight to cool.
After shuttering 30 schools this year, Dream Center awaits a big ruling from a Philadelphia accreditation agency this week.
The dealers advertised vehicles on Craigslist in the “for sale by owner” section.
Philadelphia developer Core Realty, an affiliate of 400 5th Avenue, purchased the Downtown landmark for $15 million in 2015.
The region’s political and economic development leadership on Thursday released the document detailing their offer.
FDA pushes for ban on menthol in cigarettes and tightened rules to prevent sale of flavored e-cigarettes to kids
The 2018 Volvo S60 still holds its own. And since dealers might want to unload them, here’s a chance for price-conscious status seekers.