News in the Region
In budget-friendly southern cities like New Orleans, which landed, for the first time in four years, in the top 10 cities on our list, mothers can expect to spend much less—just $5,900 annually—for childcare.
10/10/2012 | Read Story »
News roundup: BRAC, GNO Inc. recognized for ‘regionalism and cross-border collaboration’ … Voter registration deadline is Tuesday … Jindal to stump in Virginia Wednesday
The Southeast Super-Region Committee, which is made up of board members from BRAC and Greater New Orleans Inc., has been awarded a gold medal from the International Economic Development Council for “regionalism and cross-border collaboration,” the agencies announced today.
10/08/2012 | Read Story »
Regional economic development group Greater New Orleans Inc. has launched a repacked version of its WorkNOLA.com professional job board.
09/30/2012 | Read Story »
With the Lagniappe Brass Band blaring a welcome, The Advocate made its New Orleans debut today with a dash of local style at a morning reception at Rock ‘n’ Bowl.
09/24/2012 | Read Story »
Recent economic reports point to a continued slow pace of national economic recovery during the summer of 2012. Yet even earlier in the second quarter of 2012, the nation’s major metropolitan economies exhibited tremendous variation in their recovery progress.
09/18/2012 | Read Story »
New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner, LA MSA employers expect to hire at a strong pace during Quarter 4 2011, according to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey. Among survey participants, the New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner, LA MSA employment outlook is the fourth best in the nation.
09/13/2012 | Read Story »
Loyola University of New Orleans, Xavier University of Louisiana, and Dillard University rank in “The 2013 edition of the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges”
The 2013 edition of the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings is out, with stability at the very top of both the National Universities and National Liberal Arts Colleges lists.
09/12/2012 | Read Story »
Until recently, the only time there was any correlation between New Orleans and the video game industry was when the city was featured as one of the levels on Tony Hawk’s Underground 2 in 2004.
09/07/2012 | Read Story »