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Largest Pittsburgh-area Private Schools

Information was obtained from individual schools and could not be independently verified by the Pittsburgh Business Times. In the case of ties, schools are listed alphabetically.

Largest Private High Schools in Nashville

This List ranks Nashville-area private high schools by enrollment in grades 9-12.Information was obtained from school representatives. Information on The List was supplied by individual schools through questionnaires and could not be independently veri...

Commentary: Is Missouri winning the race to the bottom?

Recently, Gov. Mike Parson attended hearings on key components of his workforce and economic development agenda.  Behind these discussions, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released student scores on the most recent state tests. Wh...

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803, 2019

Former Washington University official sentenced on embezzlement charges

March 8th, 2019|Comments Off on Former Washington University official sentenced on embezzlement charges

Barbara "Basia" Skudrzyk was sentenced to 30 months in prison on three counts of mail fraud. Skudrzyk appeared in court Friday and also was ordered to pay $381,584 in restitution. Skudrzyk, 38, worked as the business director for the division of medic...

803, 2019

Largest Pittsburgh-area Private Schools

March 8th, 2019|Comments Off on Largest Pittsburgh-area Private Schools

Information was obtained from individual schools and could not be independently verified by the Pittsburgh Business Times. In the case of ties, schools are listed alphabetically.

1503, 2019

Phoenix Rising soccer team sells naming rights to pop-up stadium

March 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Phoenix Rising soccer team sells naming rights to pop-up stadium

In a matter of two years, Phoenix Rising went from having two sponsors to more than 50. The team is finding success on and off the field as it looks to be named an MLS expansion team.

1503, 2019

Does Lyft’s IPO ‘road show’ put it on a collision course with Uber?

March 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Does Lyft’s IPO ‘road show’ put it on a collision course with Uber?

Lyft is expected to reveal its IPO price range as early as Monday, a move that will coincide with the start of its road show, the process of promoting the stock offering to institutional investors. Comparisons to Uber, its larger rival also on the pat...

1503, 2019

Synaptics stock drops on Q3 shortfall, CEO’s departure

March 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Synaptics stock drops on Q3 shortfall, CEO’s departure

Shares of Synaptics Inc. dropped as much as 8 percent on Friday after the company said CEO Richard Bergman is leaving amid a disappointing third quarter. The San Jose company, a supplier to Apple Inc. that makes hardware and software to control device...

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CBS to add more AAF, Commanders games to lineup

March 15th, 2019|

As the Alliance of American Football enters the second half of its inaugural season, the CBS network is expanding its coverage of the league and the San Antonio Commanders. The national network has agreed to air two additional AAF games. The first is ...

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HCA buys one of the country’s largest private nursing schools

HCA Healthcare Inc. has purchased a majority stake in one of the nation's largest private nursing schools, the company announced Thursday. HCA (NYSE: HCA) is one of the largest employers of nurses in the country, with more than 94,000 working across t...

By | March 14th, 2019|Categories: Education|

OHSU’s president ‘surprised’ by Providence heart transplant announcement

Dr. Danny Jacobs said he hadn't heard the news until Providence's public announcement on Thursday, even though both hospitals were in talks about a collaboration.

By | March 14th, 2019|Categories: Healthcare|

Health care leaders push back against proposed $5.5B NIH cut

President Donald Trump has again proposed slashing the budget for the National Institutes of Health, prompting local hospital and state officials, who note Massachusetts is one of its largest recipients, to condemn the cuts. In a draft budget proposa...

By | March 14th, 2019|Categories: Healthcare|

How St. Louis banks and credit unions rate financially

No St. Louis banks or credit unions are considered financially troubled by a national ratings firm. In Metro East, only Best Hometown Bank of Collinsville received a two-star rating on the bank's five-star scale. Banks with two or fewer stars are cons...

By | March 14th, 2019|Categories: Economics|