- Pittsburgh hangs in top 20 in vitality index
Pittsburgh has moved up in the On Numbers Economic Index for May.
Southwestern Pennsylvania ranked No. 15 on the monthly measure of regional economic vitality across the U.S., up from No. 17 in April (and No. 23 in March). Only Pittsburgh and Boston (No. 16) from the Northeast made the top 20.
Here's the top 20 list:
1. Austin, Texas2. Provo, Utah3. Dallas-Fort Worth4. Oklahoma City5. Houston6. Ogden, Utah7. Baton Rouge, La.8. Tulsa, Okla.9. Salt Lake City10. Des Moines, Iowa11. San Jose, Calif.12.…
- Blue Coat buys Solera Networks
The Web security provider Blue Coat Systems Inc. has agreed to buy Solera Networks for an undisclosed sum.
Sunnyvale-based Blue Coat said it expects the deal to close within 30 days.
Solera Networks makes big data security analytics software.
Solera is based in South Jordan, Utah, and has raised a total of $51 million in venture funding, including a Series D round of $20 million led by Intel Capital in January 2012.
See Blue Coat's press release on the deal here.
- Susan Powell's dad gets private eye to review file
SEATTLE (AP) — Police say they've taken their best shot at finding missing Utah mother Susan Powell. Now, her dad is hoping a review of the newly released case file — containing tens of thousands of pages of detective reports, maps, interview transcripts and more — might turn up something the investigators missed.
- Police end search for woman; dad won't
A day after local police said they are ending their 3½-year search for a missing Utah woman, her father and his attorney told reporters that federal agents and private investigators are now on the case.
- Lawyer: Feds investigating Susan Powell case
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (AP) — The lawyer for the family of missing Utah woman Susan Powell said Tuesday that there's an ongoing federal investigation into her disappearance, but the FBI declined to comment on that and police in Utah said they didn't know anything about it.
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