WORKING TO FIND OUT WHAT THE NEWS MEANS FOR JOBS IN OUR REGION. REPORTER: WESTINGHOUSE IS SAYING THAT IT INTENDS TO PROTECT ITS CORE BUSINESSES IN A MERGE FROM BANKRUPTCY AS A STRONGER COMPANY. WE’VE BEEN SOUNDING OUT SOME EXPERTS AND PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY, WHAT THEY THINK MAY BE AHEAD FOR PEOPLE WHO WORK FOR WESTINGHOUSE. WESTINGHOUSE HAS DEEP ROOTS AND HISTORY IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA, AND 4500 EMPLOYEES WORKING HERE NOW. PEOPLE WE TALKED WITH IN CRANBERRY ARE TELLING US –>>I WAS VERY SAD ABOUT IT. I THINK THAT THE GROWTH OF WESTINGHOUSE HERE REALLY SPURRED OUR WHOLE AREA TO GROW.>>I THINK THEY WILL BOUNCE BACK. IT’S TOUGH TO SEE LOOKING AROUND NOT AS MANY ORDERS FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS. REPORTER: A POINT PARK PROFESSOR TELLS US –>>A BANKRUPTCY DOESN’T NECESSARILY SAY A BUSINESS GOES OUT OF BUSINESS, IN FACT IT’S A WHICH FOR THEM TO RESTRUCTURE AND CONTINUE TO OPERATE. REPORTER: SHE NOTES PARENT COMPANY TOSHIBA IS TALKING ABOUT DIVESTING OF WESTINGHOUSE. BUT EVEN THAT DOESN’T NECESSARILY MEAN JUST LOSSES.>>IF THEY REALLY ARE A CANDIDATE FOR BEING SOLD, THEN THEY WANT TO KEEP IT OPERATING IN THE SAME WAY. REPORTER: ALLEGANY CONFERENCE CEO WOULDN’T SPEAK ON CAMERA BUT SAYS LIKE THE PITTSBURGH REGION ITSELF WESTINGHOUSE HAS A HISTORY OF TRANSFORMATION AND RESILIENCE WHICH WE BELIEVE WILL SERVE THE COMPANY WELL. NO ONE FROM WESTINGHOUSE ITSELF IS AVAILABLE TO TALK ON CAMERA TODAY.