Pittsburgh is the top of the list for bars per capita and second for pizza restaurants per capita.
Downtown Pittsburgh had the second lowest vacancy rate for Class A space among downtowns in the United States last year.
Lists and rankings matter â€” some more than others.
With the curtains hung, the work is under way at the PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation.
Verizon finishes again in top spot, besting European-based Glaxo-SmithKline and Royal Philips.
When it comes to winning regional stocks, The ExOne Co.,Â North Huntingdon 3-D printing company,Â topped the list in 2013.
An increasing number of young adults are leaving school with high debt as well as a diploma.
Consolidation trend picks up among regional health facilities.
The pride and passions that make the region a place to cherish and share.
Penguins outscore Steelers and Pirates when it comes to filling up seats
Pittsburgh has served as an incubator of sorts for early childhood education going back to the 1950s
Arts community is finding alternative sources of funding
Pittsburghers love their pizza and beer
Curiousity and a thirst for answers kindle brighter futures.
Western Pa. universities make national rankings in research and development expenditures
Pittsburgh is gaining social media cred
Libraries are about more than learning; they boost local economy
Pittsburghers soak up knowledge outside of the classroom
Putting theory into practice and possibilities into production.
Thank Philadelphia for bringing the local wage tax to Pennsylvania in 1939
Pittsburgh's entrepreneurial community says it needs more focus and more resources
Pittsburgh weathered the recession better than most cities but is lagging behind in the recovery
Already short of skilled workers, manufacturers brace for the looming retirement of an aging workforce
The building blocks of vibrant commerce and a solid standard of living.
Downtown Pittsburgh's low office vacancy rate sparks more building
Lack of a true beltway brings traffic and vibrancy to Pittsburgh's Downtown
Disparity remains between wages and the cost of renting a standard two-bedroom housing unit in the area
Reaching out and taking risks for tomorrow's success stories.
With the region ranking low in talent retention, the tech sector's influence on the economy is muted
Jobs in health care moving out of acute care hospitals
PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation is developing banking of the future
The Marcellus Shale is so good that traditional ways to calculate its benefits may no longer apply
Reflections on the leadership challenge.
Heard off the Street: CEOs come and go, but planning for their exits often leaves something to be desired
Development Dimensions International: For many of today's leaders, the corporate ladder is no longer the only way up