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Westinghouse has renegotiated leases to shrink its footprint and save money as it reorganizes in bankruptcy.

Westinghouse cuts office space in North Hills

The nuclear firm has renegotiated leases to shrink its footprint and save money as it reorganizes in bankruptcy.


A barge laden with coal moves into a lock at Emsworth on the Ohio River. Xcoal of Latrobe has reached an agreement to supply coal to Ukraine.

Ukraine coal shipments show how doors can open for exports

The coal deal announced July 31 raised the profile of the U.S. Commercial Service, which quietly connects companies with foreign buyers.


This file photo shows construction at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station in Jenkinsville, S.C., where Westinghouse Electric Co. was building two reactors. Both projects were canceled last week.

Westinghouse: Project canceled 'without warning'

Westinghouse begins to deal with the fallout of a decision to stop construction on two nuclear power plants in South Carolina.


Welders monitor a machine at Heartland Fabrication, formerly known as Brownsville Marine, in Brownsville. With the decline of coal, the company is no longer focusing solely on building barges but is fabricating other products and providing services for different markets.

As coal demand cools, Brownsville barge maker refashions itself into a steel fabricator

With the market for river-going barges hitting bottom, Heartland Fabrication is seeking new markets for its Brownsville plant.



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