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UMC New Orleans ready to welcome patients this weekend

After years of construction and anticipation, the billion-dollar University Medical Center is ready for what some may call its biggest… Read More »

7/28/2015 | Read Story »

Finnish company makes mark in N.O.

Finnish equipment manufacturer Cajo Technologies, whose machines make permanent markings and color patterns on all types of products, will open… Read More »

7/25/2015 | Read Story »

A Storm of Change: Business Resilience, Rebuilding and Recovery

August 29, 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. In many ways, Katrina was a blessing to New Orleans.… Read More »

7/23/2015 | Read Story »

Cajo Technologies Chooses New Orleans For Company’s First U.S. Manufacturing Plant

NEW ORLEANS – Gov. Bobby Jindal and Cajo Technologies executive Ismo Rantala announced the Finland-based company will establish a New… Read More »

7/17/2015 | Read Story »

Water and subsidence: “You can’t manage what you don’t measure”

On a warm and muggy  morning, architectural designer Ramiro Diaz is twisting a hand auger — a length of 1-inch… Read More »

7/7/2015 | Read Story »

GNO, Inc., CCRE Renew Commitment To Protect Coastal Funding

NEW ORLEANS – Greater New Orleans, Inc. and the Coalition for Coastal Resilience and Economy (CCRE) renewed their commitment to… Read More »

7/6/2015 | Read Story »

Sunken city or surging metropolis? 9 visions for the future of New Orleans

The question is a simple one: What will New Orleans be 20 or 30 years from now? Or beyond: What… Read More »

6/30/2015 | Read Story »

Climate Change Advisory Panel Recommends Changing Parts of South Park and Georgetown to Prepare for Sea-Level Rise

Affordable housing, density, and urban mobility are perhaps the most pressing issues in Seattle today. The debates are drawing clashing… Read More »

6/29/2015 | Read Story »