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While New Orleans' startup ecosystem remains healthy, it has still not achieved the level of success compared to similar-sized cities. [Read More]
Facing his two Republican challengers for their first head-to-head debate, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards fended off criticism Thursday that his tax policy and... [Read More]
When WWL Radio sports talk show host Seth Dunlap became the target of a homophobic slur from the station's official Twitter account Sept. 10, it... [Read More]
West Nile virus cases in Louisiana are way down from a year ago but the state epidemiologist says people statewide still need to protect themselves... [Read More]
The three major candidates for Louisiana governor are facing off in their first debate, only a week from the start of early voting in the... [Read More]
Diversity in construction has come a long way over the past few decades. [Read More]
The West Calcasieu Port has received a federal grant to pay for infrastructure that was damaged in Hurricane Harvey two years ago. [Read More]
Louisiana is one of six states the National Governors Association selected to receive a $100,000 grant and participate in the Educate for Opportunity Project by... [Read More]
Air Liquide on Wednesday announced an agreement with Methanex Corporation to supply oxygen, nitrogen and utilities to the latter company's upcoming methanol... [Read More]
The Louisiana State Bond Commission on Thursday voted 7-6 to reject the funding plan for a new juvenile correctional facility that legislators previously had... [Read More]
The $30 million facility is opening this month in Elmwood. [Read More]
Plastic fabrication company Mid South Extrusion says it's investing $4.5 million to add another line at its facility in Monroe. [Read More]
The Louisiana insurance commissioner's race on the Oct. 12 ballot is a competition between two Republicans, the one who's held the job for more than... [Read More]
An event that celebrates Louisiana entrepreneurs and their innovations is looking for participants in a pitch competition. [Read More]
The playground in City Park is getting ready to reopen after its first renovation in 35 years. [Read More]
With new tax law changes in 2017, you can finally do just that — diversify and change your risk while keeping your rate of return... [Read More]
New Orleans CityBusiness has selected the honorees for its 17th annual Best Places to Work and second annual Icon Awards. [Read More]
A new nonprofit aims to tackle two tough problems facing some high schoolers in New Orleans: immigration and the school-to-prison pipeline. [Read More]
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