'Business Report' looks back on 30 years in the Capital Region
Thirty years ago this month, Business Report published its premiere issue, and in the three decades since the publication has steadily grown and diversified along with the Capital Region it has covered. The new issue of Business Report, on newsstands now, is a 242-page celebration of the publication's 30-year anniversary. In it, you'll find an introductory essay by Executive Editor JR Ball on a defining decision by U.S. District Judge John Parker in 1981 that forever altered the course of the Capital Region; a series called My Baton Rouge, which contains input from prominent residents and business owners on what makes the Capital Region special to them; "Baton Rouge 30", a retrospective look at 30 events that occurred during the Business Report era that shaped the region as we know it today; and much, much more. Explore the complete 30th anniversary issue here.
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