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Accountability for allParis Cos. exceeds expectations by finding a better way

Over the past 38 years, Paris Cos. has increased its revenue every year with only organic growth by focusing on the future and creating a culture of accountability.

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Smart 50Celebrating the area’s top executives

Congratulations to Pittsburgh’s Smart 50, as the top executives in the class of 2016 strengthen the region and contribute to its economic success.

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Change the boxEat’n Park catches guests’ attention with a shinier, more convenient package

Eat’n Park noticed some dips in its sales numbers about five years ago. It wasn’t dramatic, but it was noticeable, says President and CEO Jeff Broadhurst. Learn how the 67-year-old brand stays relevant.

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Authentic leadershipAccion Labs demystifies its culture with transparency

Accion Labs has grown quickly, but in a service-based business, the ability to maintain quality is critical. It all comes down to maintaining the right work culture.

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Insights

Energy-efficient resolutions for the New Year

TPI's Karl Shaw outlines energy initiatives and purchasing strategies that can help your business thrive in the New Year.

How to structure your company retirement plan for long-term success

Your small or midsized business is unique, with unique challenges and needs. So why would you incorporate an “off-the-shelf” or “401(k) in a box” retirement plan, and expect to get results? Fragasso Financial Advisors' Robert Yelenovsky shares how to set up a retirement program that contributes to your long-term success.

The four Cs of employee benefits every business should follow

In today’s world of employee benefits an employer needs to evaluate the level and expertise of service when it comes to risk management, creative solutions, consulting and compliance. Michael Galardini of JRG Advisors discusses the most progressive ways to develop and manage your employee benefits.

New uncertainties for Pittsburgh’s rebounding energy companies

As the energy industry rebounds, businesses will encounter a wide range of complicated legal issues. Matt A. Jarrell and LuAnn Datesh of Sherrard, German & Kelly P.C. talk legal obstacles that could impede growth if ignored.

Telehealth: What’s in it for employers and employees

Various forms of telehealth — whereby patients access medical care remotely using telecommunications technology — have been around for years. But these days its popularity is accelerating exponentially. UPMC Health Plan's Kim Jacobs explains why employers need to take note.