“StarKist Co., the packaged seafood company known for its spokes-tuna Charlie, plans to close its headquarters on the North Shore and relocate to Northern Virginia, outside of Washington, DC next year,” according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

The seafood company connected with landlocked Pittsburgh when it was sold to the H.J. Heinz Co. in 1963. In 2002, Del Monte Foods acquired StarKist. Then, in 2008, the South Korean firm Dongwon Industries bought the company from Del Monte Foods for $363 million.