The past and future of work collide on a 178-​acre graded-​flat stretch of brownfield in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Hazelwood.

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2018
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    Transformative technologies are coming. Will the workforce
    be ready?
So much of modern culture seems bent on eliminating humanity from life itself. In many instances, this is identified as progress. But is it?

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2018
Austin, Texas is one of a handful of cities in the world currently blessed in reputation — big enough to have almost all the cultural amenities of cities twice our size, yet small enough to be tops on any of those innumerable “livability” lists.

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  • Issue Quarter Between the Issues
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading Lessons for Pittsburgh in the era of HQ2?
When I was 26, my dad got sick and asked me to take over as CEO of the tech company he started. I was armed with my English major from Allegheny College and a couple of years in a retail management training program. In other words, I didn’t have a clue.

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2018
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