ChampTires.com, the West Mifflin company that originally launched as an ecommerce business, has opened a new retail location in the city.
The company has opened a new retail and tire installation center at 1319 Washington Blvd. in Pittsburgh’s East End.
The new location will complement its West Mifflin operation, which serves as both its headquarters and as the location ChampTires.com opened for retail sales after originally launching as an online business to sell used tires in 2009.
Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) has been on a mission to excel in on-time performance. But according to on-time arrival performance data for June released this morning by FlightView, an airline and airport data provider, Southwest, which has its largest hub at Chicago's Midway Airport, had little it could brag about in June.
In fact, Southwest fell from second place among major domestic carriers last month to third place in on-time arrival performance in June behind American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL),…
Honolulu gas prices followed a nationwide trend last week, landing at $3.30 on average for a gallon of regular as the three-day Independence Day weekend ended, according to GasBuddy.com.
That was a half-cent a gallon less than the week before and a nickel more than a month ago, said GasBuddy, a website that tracks 214 retail outlets on Oahu.
Oahu motorists were paying an average of about $1.02 a gallon more for gas at this time last year.
Nationwide, motorists were paying an average of $2.77 for…
A Nashville real estate firm faces allegations that it forged documents and committed fraud to snatch up distressed Middle Tennessee properties at bargain prices.
In a civil complaint filed in Davidson County Chancery Court last week, plaintiffs argue REO Holdings LLC and its principals — Charles Walker, Jon Paul Johnson, Julie Coone and Merdan Ibrahim — led a scheme to illegally acquire properties through the state’s property-tax sales redemption process.
According to the 133-page complaint,…
A local family-run meat producer has only been in business for a little more than two years, but thanks to its new USDA-certified plant, it's ready to take on the rest of the country, having recently received interest from New York retailers.
Lansdowne, Pa.-based 1732 Meats participated last weekend in its first trade show, the Good Food Mercantile, in New York.
Retailers from around the country showed interest in 1732 Meats' products during the event, readying the company for nationwide expansion.