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21 organizations demonstrate the keys to longevity

21 organizations in the Pittsburgh region share how they adapt to changing times and explain how culture factors into their business longevity.

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21 organizations demonstrate the keys to longevity

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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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Celebrating the area’s top executives

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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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New OSHA rules reshape drug testing and filing requirements

New rules, under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, will have widespread ripples in the business world this year, with regards to drug-testing policies and the way injuries and illnesses are reported. Learn what these OSHA changes mean for employers from Arthur J. Gallagher's Josh Daly.

What does a new president mean for employee benefits?

With the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump imminent, it is still not certain what his administration will ultimately mean for health care. Here's what we do know about the state of employee benefits and Trump's promises, via JRG Advisors' Frances Horn.

Minimize project disputes through patient, thorough planning

The progress and success of a construction project is often defined by time well spent in the early planning and preparation process. Too often, however, developers, contractors and design professionals rush to start a project. Edward B. Gentilcore of Sherrard, German & Kelly, P.C. provides tips for minimizing project disputes.

Choosing the right health coaching program for your employees

How can you get your employees to lose weight, eat better, get more active or stop smoking? Or, better manage their diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease? The answer is: With help from a health coach. Amanda Budzowski of UPMC WorkPartners and UPMC Health Plan discusses how to set up a coaching program to help change the employee behaviors that lead to chronic diseases.

Strategies companies can use to mitigate the effects of interest rate risks

Given the inherent uncertainty and volatility with the interest rates going forward, companies need to form their own risk management strategy based on their view of the market and their unique risk tolerance level. Huntington Bank's Jim Altman weighs in on the available strategies.