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

A group of commuters arrive onto Liberty Avenue from the LRT Gateway T Station, Tuesday April 10, 2018, Downtown. (Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
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...


'Financially, you have to be able to weather the storm'
■■ It's been a tough decade for Pittsburgh-area shopping centers
■■■ The consumer bureau created in the wake of the recession: Does it have a future?
■■■■ Coatings for the cattle industry? Gateway Paint found its way to custom products
■■■■■ Jewart's Gymnastics took a big leap during the financial downturn rather than tumble


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