We Pittsburghers have had our share of recent good news/​bad news upon which we can pontificate over summer cocktails — the challenge of population loss vs. the glory of again being the most livable city. We can also prattle on about our region’s CEOs — better they be homebred or global business stars? With…

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2007
  • Sub Heading Westinghouse’s Steve Tritch talks about the company’s latest moves
Aris Candris is not what you might expect. He skis black diamonds and enjoys snorkeling, scuba and free diving. On any given Sunday, he’ll jump on his bike and ride the hills of western Pennsylvania with no particular plan in mind.

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2009
  • Sub Heading Westinghouse’s Aris Candris
Annie Wang was 9 when her parents vanished behind the Bamboo Curtain. It was the start of China’s “Cultural Revolution,” a terrible time for anyone in that country with money or status.

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2007
  • Sub Heading Doing business with China is a necessity in basic survival. But success doesn’t happen overnight
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