Business

Pittsburgh clothier David Alan builds business with e-commerce

David Alan's business model is all 21st-century e-commerce. His eponymous Pittsburgh-based company has no brick-and-mortar showrooms. His marketing of custom-made suits and a necktie accessory called ...
Consumer confidence lifts stocks
NEW YORK — Stocks rebounded Tuesday and climbed after a survey showed consumer confidence is at a nine-year high, a sign Americans will keep spending ...
Customers don't bottle up rage when it comes to Target prescription vessels
Longtime customers of Target's pharmacies are finding a change in pill bottle design hard to swallow. After CVS began operating Target's drugstores this year, distraught ...
Money goes long way at grocery store
Call it the Great Grocery-Store Giveaway of 2016. In Austin, Randalls slashed prices for boneless beef ribs by 40 percent, to $3.99 a pound. Not to ...
Don't hold out hope for bonuses, raises
Anyone hoping her employer is planning to put more into raises and bonuses next year is likely to be disappointed. Human resources consultancy Aon Hewitt's annual ...
Anti-globalization sentiment threatens slow-growing trade, WTO says
GENEVA — Trade, that lifeblood of the world economy, is growing at its slowest rate in seven years and could falter even more should anti-globalization ...
Yahoo breach could ripple across Internet
LONDON — As investors and investigators weigh the damage of Yahoo's massive breach to the Internet icon, information security experts worry that the record-breaking haul ...
Mylan: Epipen profits higher than Bresch told Congress
Mylan NV faced accusations Monday that Chief Executive Heather Bresch wasn't forthright when she told Congress the drugmaker makes $100 in profit on a two-pack ...
LTV mill redevelopment project in Pittsburgh seeks restart on tax break
The developers behind the Almono project in Hazelwood want to restart the clock on their 20-year tax incentive plan. Securing permits and preparing the 178-acre former ...
U.S. stocks slide as banks tumble on Deutsche Bank worries
NEW YORK — Stocks slumped Monday, and banks took the biggest losses. Deutsche Bank plunged as investors worried about the financial health of Germany's largest ...