Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

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Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

BUSINESS BRIEFS [Derived Headline]

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The following CORRECTION/CLARIFICATION appeared on May 9, 2018: Paulo Fontes was on the medical staff at the University of Pittsburgh for 27 years. An item about his departure Tuesday incorrectly described his tenure.

SOUTHSIDE WORKS CONTINUES TO DEAL WITH DEBT ISSUES

Parts of the SouthSide Works shopping center may be facing foreclosure. Wells Fargo filed a complaint last week, acting on behalf of Credit Suisse First Boston Mortgage Securities Corp. The complaint claims that more than $31 million is owed. The Soffer Organization, which operates the South Side development, did not return a call for comment. The complex is home to a movie theater, Cheesecake Factory and other restaurants and shops.

WAI WAI CHINESE, LOAFERS BREAD HIT WITH ALERTS

Consumer alerts were posted by the Allegheny County Health Department at Wai Wai Chinese Cuisine in Bloomfield and Loafers Bread Co. in McCandless. At Wai Wai Chinese on Liberty Avenue, the restaurant was cited for more than a dozen food safety violations, including holding food at unsafe temperatures, failing to mark food with a discard date and a mouse infestation. "We are cleaning everything," manager Kidman Wong said Monday. "It's important. We know that." At Loafers Bread Co. on Perry Highway, problems included holding food at unsafe temperatures, malfunctioning refrigeration equipment and lack of a certified food safety manager. "We're having a refrigeration problem and are working to replace that," general manager Bonnie Depew said Monday. Inspection reports for food facilities in the county are available online at www.achd.net.

WVU HIRES UPMC SURGEON TO LEAD RESEARCH

UPMC transplant surgeon and entrepreneur Paulo Fontes has been hired by West Virginia University in Morgantown as the director of research and innovation. Dr. Fontes, who was also deputy director of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, came to the University of Pittsburgh 27 years ago. He was hired by liver transplant pioneer Thomas Starzl. …

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