Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

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Nearly two years after it was badly damaged and shuttered by fire, Dearman's will officially reopen for business on Monday in the Bocage Village Shopping... [Read More]
Capitol City Produce, a 70-year-old Baton Rouge institution, has grown steadily since the Ferachi family, who had emigrated from Sicily in the 1890s, founded the... [Read More]
A year after airport officials said they were "pretty confident" in landing new destinations and potentially a new carrier like Southwest, the Baton Rouge Metropolitan... [Read More]
Nearly two years after it was badly damaged and shuttered by fire, Dearman's will officially reopen for business on Monday in the Bocage Village Shopping... [Read More]
Lit Pizza is bringing its craft-your-own concept to Zachary, with the opening of its sixth location in the Villages of Americana traditional neighborhood development next... [Read More]
Baton Rouge Congressman Garret Graves is less than impressed when it comes to R.D. James, President Donald Trump's choice to lead the U.S. Army Corps... [Read More]
Hanley's Salad Dressing is poised to go big time with an appearance early next year on CNBC's "Billion Dollar Buyer." The popular reality TV show... [Read More]
A group of environmental organizations is sounding the alarm about what it calls the "inadequate" response by local officials to properly address the growing flood... [Read More]
Get into the Christmas spirit this weekend with local holiday-themed productions taking the stage in Baton Rouge. Theatre Baton Rouge's A Christmas Carol and Playmakers... [Read More]
The Committee of 100 for Economic Development, the state's business roundtable comprising leaders of Louisiana's largest companies, is urging Gov. John Bel Edwards and state... [Read More]
An investigative audit released today by Legislative Auditor Daryl Purpera's office says retired Louisiana State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson may have violated state laws in... [Read More]
After nearly a year of planning, permitting and protests, construction of the $670 million Bayou Bridge Pipeline—which will cut through the heart of the Atchafalaya... [Read More]
The Committee of 100 for Economic Development, the state's business roundtable comprising leaders of Louisiana's largest companies, is urging Gov. John Bel Edwards and state... [Read More]
Using a data-driven mapping system heralded for its efficiency, Mayor Sharon Weston Broome's administration expects to fill all the potholes reported by residents by year's... [Read More]
When Capitol City Produce Co. expanded its O'Neal Lane distribution facility earlier this year to 90,000 square feet, more than doubling its size, it did... [Read More]
Small businesses in the Baton Rouge area have a harder time gaining financing for expansions when compared to their peers in five similarly-sized metropolitan areas,... [Read More]
If you're still searching for the perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer for family and friends, 225 Dine suggests you consider giving locally-produced food. In... [Read More]
The outlook for many traditional retailers next year looks dim for the Baton Rouge market, but continued growth of restaurants and other businesses not impacted... [Read More]
The Birth Center of Baton Rouge, an accredited freestanding out-of-hospital childbirth center for women with low-risk pregnancies, will relocate from its current location on Picardy... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. John Kennedy is asking Louisiana Department of Revenue Secretary Kim Robinson to collect unpaid state income taxes on taxpayer-funded perks former Louisiana State... [Read More]
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