UPMC Altoona nurses plan one-day strike
Nurses at UPMC Altoona will stage a one-day strike on Feb. 11, the union announced Tuesday.
Ollie's discount chain expanding
A Pennsylvania-based outlet chain is planning a distribution and retail expansion in Georgia and throughout the Southeast, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced Wednesday.
Study: Money is addictive
There's a fundamental principle in economics that applies to food, clothing and even all those shiny tech gadgets that start with the letter "i": The more of them we have, the less we value them. But that may not be true when it comes to money.
Google outspends top five rivals combined in move beyond Web ads
Google, drawing from its $56.5 billion cash pool, is spending more money than five of its biggest U.S. competitors combined to buy into new markets as growth in Web advertising slows.
A big bite of the Apple: Company agrees to refund $32.5M for kids’ purchases
Plenty of parents have been there – handing over the iPhone or iPad to a child while waiting in the doctor’s office, standing in line at Starbucks or sitting in the car for a long road trip with the family. The youngster is playing a game on a fun mobile app and then hands you the phone saying he needs your password. Next thing you know, there’s a charge on your credit card from Apple.
Auto dealer on the move
Five years ago, the Hollern family’s auto business was at a crossroads.
Like hundreds of other Dodge dealers across the nation, they received a letter from the parent company telling them their franchise was getting pulled.
Somerset attorney opens own practice
Successful lawyers make their living by asking the smart questions.
But 26-year-old attorney Megan Will said she got where she is now by fearlessly asking the dumb questions – questions such as: “How do I get a business line for my phone?” or “How do I get paid for a case?”
Then again, most 20-something law graduates don’t open their own law office immediately after passing the state bar exam.
Deducting home office expenses
Beginning with the 2013 tax return that you’ll file this spring, the IRS has approved a new “simplified” method for deducting home office expenses. Granted, the new method is much faster and easier to use. But is the convenience worth it?
Ebb tide arrives for surf-inspired clothing retailer
A surf-inspired clothing chain is riding its final wave here.
A taste of Philly coming to Richland
A new Galleria mall sandwich shop is offering some of Philly’s flavor.
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