On the beam

Cancer radiation therapy honcho discusses LSU-Mary Bird Perkins’ promise and the growing sophistication of medical physics.
  The market for good

The market for good

Lots of people want to change the world, but social entrepreneurs are employing business principles to make it happen.
  Business will be great in 2008

Business will be great in 2008

The sun will continue to shine on Baton Rouge, the Interstate 10/12 corridor and Louisiana in general next year, thanks to state surpluses, new leadership and billions in federal dollars for hurricane rebuilding. But businesses and state government need to be wise and prepare for the future. Also: be careful with rumors and Business Report is set to get a new look in the new year.
  Buyers beware

Buyers beware

State and federal officials are stepping up education and enforcement efforts as a result of rising complaints about mortgage fraud.
  On the roads again

On the roads again

LSU System chief says criticism of highway funding helped to kick-start a necessary conversation.
  Survival of the fittest

Survival of the fittest

Today’s nonprofit organizations must diversify funding, create partnerships and strategize growth in order to grow.
  Bleeding purple and gold

Bleeding purple and gold

After six novels and more than a decade of acclaimed writing for prestigious national magazines, former LSU football player John Ed Bradley makes peace with his past and returns home to write a stunning and poignant memoir.
  In the crosshairs (again)

In the crosshairs (again)

With a post-Katrina population settling in and party loyalists questioning his GOP credentials, national Democrats have a renewed interest in bumping off longtime Baton Rouge Congressman Richard Baker.
 

Networks provide balance

More data this year revealed the following: Working women don’t have enough time.
 

Holden to meet with Indian officials

Mayor-President Kip Holden is scheduled to meet today with two Indian diplomats to discuss the investigation into the deaths of two LSU doctoral students.
 

Thanks, Camm

Camm Morton has played a signficant role in making Baton Rouge a much better place to live. That's why news of his departure from Commerical Properties is a big deal.
  Like pulling teeth

Like pulling teeth

Dentists are hesitant to accept patients who rely on Medicaid, which pays less than 60% of the average fee for most services.
  Medicine on installments

Medicine on installments

As health care costs continue to rise and big lenders pursue new growth areas, medical financing has become one of the fastest-growing segments of consumer credit.
 

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