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IN THE LEAD: HOW THE 2007 RECESSION RESHAPED PITTSBURGH'S ECONOMY

Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette-- Wednesday, January 7, 2015-- STANDALONE--Looking west down Forbes Avenue at the intersection with Murray Ave. from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Squirrel HIll on Wednesday, January 7, 2014. LOCAL
The nation’s greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression slammed Pittsburgh’s economy, but not as hard as it hit other cities that leaned more heavily on the housing and financial services industries.


This week's stories...


The City of Champions delivered during the downturn — and fans spent
■■ Recession changed attitudes toward debt, saving
■■■ 10 years later: Recalling the public companies that disappeared from the Pittsburgh economy
■■■■ Verizon top performer for sixth straight year
■■■■■ 'As the world got smaller, Safaba Translation knew the time was right
■■■■■■ EQT traded diversification for focus over the last decade
■■■■■■■ Wabtec's decade of acquisitions has made it a much bigger rail industry supplier
■■■■■■■■ It's been a traumatic decade for U.S. Steel
■■■■■■■■■ Allegheny Technologies: Rocked, but still rolling
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