President and CEO of Precision Therapeutics, upon receiving Smart Business 2009 Pacesetter Award:
How Pittsburgh Works
As a Multi-Industry Hub
President and CEO of UPMC in September 2009 BusinessWeek:
Business in Pittsburgh revolves around diversity, with more jobs in the area today than during its steel-producing heyday. Leading globally in manufacturing, health, education, energy and business, here is how Pittsburgh works today:
Chairman and CEO of The PNC Financial Services, on how PNC weathered the banking crisis, in American Banker:
Chairman and CEO of U.S. Steel, in the 2006 Citizenship Report:
The cities of the future, of which Pittsburgh will be one, will be driven by companies like UPMC and sophisticated universities that take intellectual property and translate it into services and commerce.
Subprime was good until it and large exposures were good until they So frankly, we maintained discipline through that whole period of time, and that has put us in a better place today.
As we look to a next generation labor pool that is growing increasingly diverse, we are intensifying to bring its most talented members on board.
President and CEO of Westinghouse Electric Company, in American in 2009:
It is wonderful to see that Pittsburgh is receiving recognition as a leader in the growing life science industry and a privilege to be a part of that progress.
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In the last four years alone, Westinghouse has received inquiries from no less than 40 countries regarding possible new nuclear power plants. Government
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