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New Orleans tech companies graduate to larger workspaces

There has been no shortage of big tech announcements in New Orleans over the last couple years. From DXC Technology’s… Read More »

12/4/2018 | Read Story »

$1.25 Billion Chemical Complex Planned On Mississippi River

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, alongside officials from Yantai, China-based Wanhua Chemical Group Company Ltd., announced November 16 the company… Read More »

11/21/2018 | Read Story »

New Orleans: Silicon Valley of the South?

NEW ORLEANS — When DXC Technology, the Virginia-based global information technology giant, announced plans last year to build its latest… Read More »

11/20/2018 | Read Story »

Microsoft buys New Orleans video game studio inXile Entertainment

In 2015, California-based video game development company inXile Entertainment announced it was expanding to New Orleans. Now, inXile is part… Read More »

11/12/2018 | Read Story »

Digital design students get new, competitive edge

The Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) has opened three new digital design labs at the Elmwood campus offering cutting-edge… Read More »

11/7/2018 | Read Story »

Japan-Based Fuji Vegetable Oil to Open Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Food Processing-Distribution Complex

Fuji Vegetable Oil Inc., owned by Fuji Oil Holdings of Japan, will develop a food processing, storage and distribution complex… Read More »

11/5/2018 | Read Story »

New Orleans ripe for a ’burst of advanced industry growth,’ urban expert says

New Orleans is ripe to find its niche in economic development opportunities brought by innovation districts such as its downtown… Read More »

10/31/2018 | Read Story »

Guest column: New Orleans professor’s article blasting new airport terminal is ‘absurd … not true’

Loyola New Orleans English professor Christopher Schaberg hates new airports. We know this because he wrote a book called “The… Read More »

10/24/2018 | Read Story »