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CCAC: Creating A Productive Job Pipeline

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Dr. Quintin Bullock, President of CCAC, an AC Client, discusses several steps the Greater Pittsburgh region needs to take to create a productive and effective job pipeline in his article for the Pittsburgh Business Times.

“This is a challenge that requires the participation of our business leaders, educational institutions, community organizations and regional foundations. We need to collaborate on a bold plan to transform an asset with tremendous potential — the underutilized, underemployed residents of underserved communities — into fully functioning participants in our economic success.”

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AC Client Published in International Intellectual Property Magazine

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Mark Peroff, Partner at AC Client Peroff Saunders, recently published an article on the surge in Chinese brands filing trademarks in the US for international publication Intellectual Property Magazine.

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Steel City Re Talks Nike’s Blowout With The Wall Street Journal

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The CEO of AC client Steel City Re talks about how unmet expectations tangibly affect reputation.

The lasting effect on Nike will be determined by consumers and investors. Some of the indicators for the scale of the impact could be the extent of movement in equity value, credit default swap prices and bond prices over time, Mr. Kossovsky said. Nike shares fell 1% to $83.95 on Thursday.

“The bond guys, they are the most sensitive to risks,” he said. “Their risk assessment is the most accurate.” Bonds are a measure that could suggest material cash flow damage, he said.

“Cash flow risk is the end state of reputation risk,” Mr. Kossovsky said.

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CCAC Writes About Solving Workforce Shortages

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AC Client Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) is training the region’s future workforce and writing a series of articles about forming educational partnerships in various industries experiencing labor shortages. Check out their articles for Industry Today, Electric, Light & PowerPharmacy Times and Manufacturing.net.

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