Putting the right people at the helm has launched many high-profile, highly successful turnarounds, from Jack Welch in his early days at GE to Meg Whitman at eBay.
Almost two dozen local nonprofits are getting less money from Capital Area United Way this year as the organization struggles with a drop in donations.
The final hours of Louisiana's 2013 legislative session were something of a nail biter, with House and Senate members working furiously to reach a budget deal and avoid having to call a midyear special session.
Restaurants make about 30% from liquor sales, yet some argue DWI checkpoints are unfairly stacked in certain areas.
We asked five Baton Rouge businesspeople what they have learned working with their fathers. The advice they shared with us is below.
Investar strives to keep its community-bank culture amid rapid growth.
As businesses spend more, banks see demand for loans increase.
Avid duck hunter Warren Coco does not claim to have invented the shallow-water engine.
Manufacturing is making a historic comeback across south Louisiana.
Louisiana, along with every other state, has seen plenty of bank mergers over the years.
Bob Mirabito grew up in the Northeast, riding trains and buses on a daily basis. “My high school in New Jersey was 30 miles from where we lived,” he recalls.