A Sicilian immigrant affectionately known as "Mama" has become a Baton Rouge culinary icon.
John Noland is a business success, but his true legacy will be his community leadership.
Bill Balhoff's engaging leadership has helped propel Postlethwaite & Netterville to the top.
Honoring success in Baton Rouge business
Entrepreneur Todd Waguespack has guided his development company through tough times into the multimillion-dollar success it is today.
GMFS has emerged from the mortgage crisis stronger than ever.
A middle-of-the-night emergency phone call reshaped the future of a Clinton firm.
WAFB's new general manager shares his insights on interactivity, technology and whether it's wise to offer a local wrestling show.
A Baton Rouge physician goes to the mud to support widowed spouses of Special Ops forces.
While Louisiana Superintendent of Education John White has been barnstorming the state to drum up support for Jump Start—which, if approved by the Legislature this spring, will revamp the way the state provides career and technical training to high school students who may not be interested in or ready for college—the Baton Rouge business community has quietly been doing its part to help get the program enacted and make sure it's a success.
Getting creative with employee onboarding programs can cut turnover and boost productivity.
Legal reform and workforce development are likely to dominate the agenda.
A glut of gyms and specialty studios makes the Capital Region's fitness industry more competitive than ever.
David Maples moved with Virginia Huling to Baton Rouge in August 2007 to begin his studies at the LSU Law Center.
Michael Beychok is a betting man: on horses and in politics.
Two baseball supply manufacturing firms call the Capital Region home.
Celtic Studios Executive Director Patrick Mulhearn had a surprise when he recently checked his LinkedIn account: two messages from headhunters asking him to apply for the top job at the largest movie studio in China.
Designer/Web and applications developer, Mesh
Business Report has partnered with SHRM (Greater Baton Rouge Society for Human Resource Management) to discover the best places to work in the Capital Region. This new program will provide local employers with a resource that helps them discover what employees think of their workplace and to identify the workplaces employees say they like best.
A playlist of the challenges and opportunities the coming industrial construction boom poses was laid out at a recent symposium in which veterans of previous upturns in the industrial sector told war stories and cautionary tales to a crowd of several hundred industrial contractors, suppliers, educators, lawyers and financiers.
New companies in the Capital Region
Given the benefit of hindsight, here's what Capital Region professionals would choose to share.
Director of commercial sales and leasing, NAI Latter & Blum
Executive vice president, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform
Experienced executives and experts share their advice and fixes for your challenges in business.