News in the Region
“It’s only fair and makes common sense that the money ought to stay in the area where the damage was done,” says Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., the House bill’s main author.
12/06/2011 | Read Story »
The U.S. economy grew by 2.5% in the third quarter which was its best performance in a year, but no one is breaking out the party hats just yet after the first half saw microscopic growth of 0.9%.
11/22/2011 | Read Story »
The city of New Orleans today is rolling out the social media red carpet for aspiring entrepreneurs, as applications open […]
11/21/2011 | Read Story »
Three years ago this column likened the challenge of developing a local bioscience industry to the impossible task of herding […]
11/01/2011 | Read Story »
With the best tax incentives in the U.S. for game makers, the Big Easy has attracted its first big game company with Gameloft, one of the largest mobile game publishers in the world.
10/31/2011 | Read Story »
Though New Orleans is becoming known for young entrepreneurship, many startups are filled with natives and near-natives. What it will take to reverse the brain drain.
10/25/2011 | Read Story »
New Orleans’ charm continues to work its magic, so much so that people who can’t find a job or have been laid off are willing to take steep pay cuts to stay here.
10/19/2011 | Read Story »
NEW ORLEANS, La. – A new study suggests that Louisiana will see a surge in green jobs in the next 10 […]
10/12/2011 | Read Story »