Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto weighed in, responding, "I was elected to represent the people of Pittsburgh, not Philadelphia."
Comcast Ventures, the cable/entertainment giant's start-up-funding arm, led a $25 million investment with eight other participants.
The cable/media giant is cutting its losses with Watchable, a not-different-enough alternative to YouTube.
Equifax can and must do more to mop up its mess and aid consumers, say Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro and a growing gang of fellow AGs.
Equifax wanted consumers to waive their right to sue it in return for a year of free credit monitoring. It backed down, but what happens after the year is up?
Amazing OLED screens, facial recognition, twin-lens photo shooting, and wireless induction charging are the big come-ons in the new $1,000-plus Apple and Samsung phones. Will you bite?
More than 140 million U.S. consumers have had their personal information stolen. It's time to put your guard up.
She was taken in by a fake "grandson" who needed money, but a major chain store and a bank let their guard down, too.
The latest price hike by Pennsylvania's Liquor Control Board is almost as brazen as continuing the 81-year-old Johnstown Flood Tax.
Sears eventually got around to replacing a local customer's "unfixable" refrigerator, but first put her through the wringer.
A lawsuit filed last week in Bucks County contends that a dead rodent that had been baked in a bun of a chicken sandwich was sold to a customer in Langhorne last year.
Americans spend anywhere from $130 to just under $300 a week for a family of four, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But those numbers include dry goods that wouldnt be kept in the refrigerator.
A lot depends on what you want painted, and whether it's inside the house or outside.
Two questions pop into your brain: Are the fixes really needed? Am I being overcharged? There might not be a way around getting the car fixed, but there are ways to stay in control of the situation.