If you’re looking for a list ranking Pittsburgh as one of the top cities for startups, you likely won’t have long to wait.
What is propelling the Pittsburgh region into the future is an understanding that resting on past successes is a path to obsolescence.
The borough is rebounding from a devastating flood and an economic downturn.
Today, SDC Nutrition employs close to 40 people and recently moved into a new 60,000-square-foot facility.
Newcomer Rice Energy is the only home-grown concern among the region's top-performing public companies.
The Pittsburgh ketchup company's 2014 revenue of $10.9 billion was down slightly from $11.5 billion in 2013.
The Top 10 included three Pittsburgh-based companies, one company based overseas, and one bank.
Top 50: How leading companies were selected
The categories analyzed include revenue change, net income change, stock price change and return on equity.
Neighborhoods that found and pursued opportunities or are reinventing themselves.
Established companies that saw opportunities and chased them.
Businesses created because the founders saw opportunities others overlooked.
Organizations, people that created or embraced opportunities that others passed by.
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