Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

BUSINESS BRIEFS [Derived Headline]

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

BUSINESS BRIEFS [Derived Headline]

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Chief financial officer set to exit Universal Stainless

Universal Stainless & Alloy Products said CFO Michael D. Bornak has resigned but will remain on the job until he and the Bridgeville specialty metals producer agree to his departure date. In a statement released by the company, Mr. Bornak said, "It is time for me to concentrate my efforts on other matters." Mr. Bornak joined Universal Stainless in 2013 and previously held similar positions at Tollgrade Communications, Portec Rail Products and other companies.

NoWait app in First Watch restaurants nationwide

Oakland-based restaurant wait-listing app NoWait announced that Florida-based restaurant chain First Watch will use NoWait's services in all 113 of its restaurants. The NoWait app allows customers to reserve spots in line at casual dining restaurants.

Ansys deal puts products in European universities

Southpointe-based engineering simulation software company Ansys has reached a deal with European organization Europractice to allow students to download Ansys solutions for a discounted price. The deal will give students in more than 500 universities in 42 countries access to tools such as Ansys HFSS and Ansys RedHawk. Europractice is an initiative designed to encourage greater use of microelectronics simulation technologies by European companies.

Economic development agency awards $3M grant to Findlay

A year after granting Findlay $1.8 million to upgrade water capacity in order to facilitate business development in the area around the Pittsburgh International Airport, the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded a second grant of $3 million to upgrade the current sewage treatment facility.

Butler County homes values lead the Pittsburgh region

Butler County led the region last year with a healthy 4.2 percent increase in the average price of an existing home from $214,765 to $223,806, followed by Allegheny County with a 3.8 percent increase from $158,157 to $164,127, according to annual data collected by RealSTATs, a South Side-based real estate information service. …

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