Louisiana is open for business. That's the resounding battle cry that I heard on a recent trip to the state.
"We've created the record store that we would want to go to."
Experienced executives and experts share their advice and fixes for your challenges in business.
After months of battling quality control problems that have affected the taste and shelf life of Kleinpeter Farms Dairy milk, CEO Jeff Kleinpeter says the company continues to work hard to restore the quality of its products and is inviting customers back to “try the taste you have grown to love.”
Louisiana lost more than $71 million in taxpayer money on a failed sugarcane mill in Jefferson Davis Parish that was sold for scrap late last year.
More than 20,000 kids across Louisiana displayed their budding entrepreneurial skills and philanthropic commitment at the state’s fourth annual Lemonade Day in May.
In the quiet woodlands of Livingston Parish, scientists are
probing deep into outer space.
The Capital Region's Top 100 private companies didn't automatically start out on top.
While many companies allow employees to work from home, others are feeling the pressure to bring more home to the office to meet the needs of the millennial generation.
Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. Pelican Chapter
A pro athlete from Baton Rouge pampers local single mothers.
You'd have to have been hiding under a rock for the past two years not to have heard the news by now: Louisiana is entering an industrial boom, or, if you prefer, a manufacturing renaissance.
What makes a successful business thrive?
BioHaven Floating Breakwater
Secretary, Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs
If you want to get attention in south Louisiana, associating your business with LSU football is a pretty good way to do it.
Chief operating officer, LUBA Workers' Comp
Having exceeded its goal of raising $50 million for the project, LSU is preparing to erect a high-tech engineering complex capable of meeting the skyrocketing demand for engineers and construction managers at what is now the fifth fastest growing engineering school in the country.
With his professional hoops days behind him, former LSU Tiger Shaquille O'Neal has built a multimillion-dollar business empire.
Tony's Seafood/Louisiana Fish Fry
3-D printing catches on in Capital Region business.
Six decades in, Jay's Bar-B-Q remains a culinary fixture in the community.
From plastic cups to lavish getaways, the how-tos of corporate gifts.
The keys to planning a successful grand opening.
Don't sweat it. Here's how to give—and receive—evaluations.
Who nearly made the list of the Capital Region's Top 100 Private Companies? Here are the 10 firms that came closest.
Plans for the $25 million LSU Center for Advanced Microstructures & Devices to put LSU on the forefront of semiconductor chip manufacturing never panned out. So what's it doing now?
Business is often about who you know. Here's how to harness the power of networking.
Mary Lee's Vic Dunlap deploys a hands-on franchise model.
As telecommuting becomes the norm, professionals seek expertise for designing a functional workspace.
Three generations of Dedmans have expanded a restaurant concept from carhop to catering. Up next: wholesaling Frank's signature biscuits.
With retirement out of reach, a growing number of baby boomers take on business ownership through franchises.
At 57, City Club strikes a balance between its past and its future.
A Baton Rouge special effects and silicone props firm turns art into an HBO deal.
For five decades, Jimmy Fontenot has trimmed hair and traded barbs with four governors, a music legend and a whole lot of regular Joes.
We care deeply about our clients, employees and co-workers. Of course we do. But if we're like most people in the workplace, we may occasionally do (or not do) things that send the wrong signal.