News in the Region
The lush branches of the majestic oak trees lining New Orleans’ historic St. Charles Avenue have never looked more glorious… Read More »
07/26/2012 | Read Story »
“Louisiana’s rich culture in creativity, film, music and television has been a natural fit for the development of an emerging digital media and technology industry,” said Business Facilities Editor in Chief Jack Rogers.
07/25/2012 | Read Story »
“Louisiana’s FastStart continues to be the gold standard for workforce training programs, which increasingly are an essential element in successful economic development projects,” said Business Facilities’ Editor in Chief Jack Rogers. “Businesses relocating to Louisiana can be certain they will have strong support from the state in acquiring and training skilled workers.”
07/24/2012 | Read Story »
Louisiana moved into the top slot in BF’s coveted Economic Growth Potential ranking after finishing a close second in 2011. Rogers also noted that the Bayou State moved into fifth place in Business Facilities’ Best Business Climate ranking, up from seventh last year.
07/23/2012 | Read Story »
While the nation’s population grew last year by just 0.1 percent, many of the largest metropolitan cities are booming. Based on newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 24/7 Wall St. identified the 10 largest cities with the fastest growing populations.
07/22/2012 | Read Story »
These include some cities that didn’t crack the top 10 of our list but appear to be gaining ground, such as Nashville, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, San Antonio and New Orleans, a once beleaguered city that has experienced the nation’s fastest per capita personal income growth since 2005.
07/09/2012 | Read Story »
New Orleans has been selected by Travel + Leisure readers as their fifth-favorite American or Canadian city in the magazine’s annual “World’s Best Awards.” In last year’s rankings, New Orleans was the No. 6 favorite.
07/06/2012 | Read Story »
Almost a year after introduction of the Restore Act and after months of intense work by Gulf Coast lawmakers, environmentalists and business leaders, Congress agreed Friday to send at least 80 percent of Clean Water Act fines levied against BP to our region.
07/01/2012 | Read Story »