PITTSBURGH WILL ALWAYS BE STEEL CITY, but future generations will also know it as a hub for robotics, artificial intelligence and similar technologies, thanks to a shift that began decades ago when the steel industry collapsed. Out of necessity, slowly but steadily, the economy became less reliant on blue-collar industries and more so on white-collar ones like finance, health care and technology.
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THE DALLAS-FORT WORTH METROPLEX, an area spanning roughly 9,200 square miles, draws corporations like a magnet. Twenty-four Fortune 500 companies, including ExxonMobil and AT&T, have corporate headquarters in the region, along with powerhouses like 7-Eleven, Frito-Lay, Topgolf, Pizza Hut, Six Flags and Match.com, to name a few. Even more are on the way.