Baton Rouge contractors, educators teaming to develop future craft workers

Social entrepreneurs – Faced with dwindling traditional revenues, nonprofits are turning to the corporate model to find sustainability.

The lawyer’s ‘treasure trove’ – Anything you tweet, post, blog, share, tag or update can and will be used against you in a court of law.

Prescription for change: Customers and their insurance providers are caught in the middle of the feud between Walgreens and Express Scripts.

On the recruiting trail – Louisiana aims to replace a lost generation of workers through programs designed to attract and retain future employees.

An emerging player – Louisiana could see additional jobs, new market prospects and increased tax revenue as a result of export opportunities.

Hair down: Salons, barbershops and spas in the Capital Region and across the country report a ‘dramatic slowdown in customer traffic growth.’

A matter of accessibility: Businesses and public facilities have until March to become compliant with new Americans with Disabilities Act regulations.

The hills are alive – … with the sounds of oil companies and Feliciana landowners hoping to strike it rich in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale.

Mergers and acquisitions – South Louisiana law firms reflect a national expansion trend to better serve clients, improve geographic reach or survive the economic downturn.

Closing costs: The mortgage finance industry could be greatly affected by new regulations that would make it more expensive and more difficult to purchase a home.

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