Dedication to homegrown food helped make The Porch one of the first to get a platinum designation from Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants.
Karla Boos is the artistic director and founder of Quantum Theatre, a company performing innovative works in unconventional spaces.
Tamiah Bridgett, a licensed cosmetologist from Wilkinsburg, is working on a hair dryer designed for those with curly or textured hair.
For the past five years, CrossFit South Side has moved twice to a bigger location in order to increase its membership and class size.
North Shore-based Confluence helps clients and regulators collect and make sense of investment data.
While some river towns still struggle, these two boroughs north of the Allegheny have turned remnants of industry into “cool.”
When you’re at an outdoor event and nature calls, few sights are as welcome as the portable toilet.
With a new CEO and more than a dozen new flights in the last year alone, the Allegheny County Airport Authority is getting a needed boost.
SVP Pittsburgh is launching Full Circle to provide nonprofit leaders with hands-on financial planning and one-on-one business consulting.
The RE360 real estate company and the Birmingham Foundation formed an innovative partnership to help rehab declining neighborhoods.
Fischione is undergoing an expansion at its plant in Export that will double its size, thanks to a shift in company strategy.
The revamping of Cecil has not only transformed the landscape, but also lives of residents who have been able to get top dollar for land.
Mineo’s Pizza House and Aiello’s Pizza both started from humble beginnings. Now, the rivals are trying to reach a broader customer base.
Ten years after the sale of Mercy Hospital, Sisters of Mercy has gone back to its original mission: walking the streets to help the needy.
Matthew Kennedy’s startup, Skick’d, attempts to make redeeming rewards easier for consumers — a $25 billion question for banks.
Consol Energy is trying to get the market to recognize its pieces are worth more than their sum.
Long-quiet Brookline is turning into an engine for growth on Pittsburgh’s southern edge.
Rorus Inc. in Point Breeze is looking to India to sell its proprietary, point-of-use water filters. The start-up has raised about $300,000.
Off the ice, the Penguins have transformed themselves into NHL leaders in business practices.
Dismayed at seeing poor quality construction work in minority neighborhoods, Scott Thomas-Tunstalle started his own company.
Owners of the iconic seafood store in the Strip have crafted a succession plan that calls for the next generation to work elsewhere first.
Pittsburgh has already shown itself capable of shifting from a rusty machine to a sleek robotic innovator.
Ensuring employees, customers and investors understand what’s driving “transformation” is the difference between panic and excitement.
A group of volunteers — residents and university leaders — decided in 2001 to transform the town 51 miles north of Pittsburgh.