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Sheetz Inc.Joe Sheetz steps in to lead Sheetz, where the line between family and employees...

Since he took over as president and CEO last year from his cousin, Joe Sheetz is doing his best to follow in the footsteps of the company’s three former CEOs who are all still part of the family ownership group.

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84 Lumber84 Lumber, Nemacolin founder Joe Hardy stays curious, engaged and always puts people...

Joseph “Joe” Hardy, founder of 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, isn’t a fan of slowing down at age 91, although his daughter holds the reins now.

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ExOneS. Kent Rockwell positions ExOne for growth by focusing on the greatest...

As S. Kent Rockwell has invested, he's learned what makes businesses grow — and fail. And in a few cases, Rockwell believed enough to become involved in the operations — like with ExOne.

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Aesynt Inc.In pursuit of growth, Kraig McEwen leads Aesynt back to its roots

In 2011, the McKesson Corp. hired CEO Kraig McEwen to jumpstart McKesson Automation’s growth. And just over a year into his tenure running the company, he and his team came up with a solution — sell the business.

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How lifestyle medicine gets to the root of disease to improve health

Significant and growing scientific evidence shows that the primary determinant of health or disease is not genetics, but lifestyle. In recognition of this connection, a relatively new style of treatment, known as lifestyle medicine, is increasingly being seen as an alternative to traditional treatments used on chronic diseases.

How to build, and be a part of, a powerful nonprofit board of directors

The Pittsburgh region is nonprofit rich, which helps make the area a special place to live and raise a family. But it also makes it incredibly competitive for funding, which means nonprofits need to build powerful boards of directors who can help advance the mission of the organization and ensure its perpetuity.

Weighing the available options for business succession planning

It’s never too early to start thinking about your ownership-transition strategy, regardless of where your business is in its life cycle. Here's an overview of some of the choices, in order to help you consider all the options you can pursue.

What employers need to consider as 2015 arrives on the work scene

Many of the key reforms of the Affordable Care Act became effective in 2014, including health plan design changes, increased wellness program incentives and reinsurance fees. Additional reforms become effective in 2015 like the Shared Responsibility Penalty for applicable large employers. Here's how to review these upcoming requirements and develop a compliance strategy for 2015.

Affordable Care Act penalties to take effect on first of the year

While the recent focus often has been on how a company calculates full-time equivalent employees under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), there are many more federal reporting requirements created for employers and health plans.