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Top 100 private companies of 2021: A roller coaster year

It was a roller coaster year for the Baton Rouge Top 100 private companies, with more companies reporting revenue declines than gains.
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Baton Rouge real estate comes to post-pandemic life

While most real estate sectors are rebounding as expected, experts are trying to make sense of the inexplicable surge in residential activity.
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2021 Influential Women in Business

Women in Business 2021: Honoring 9 women leaders who are making a significant difference in Baton Rouge and the Capital Region.
Amazon Cortana Mall

What will Amazon deliver?

Amazon announcing it will redevelop the aging Cortana Mall into massive fulfillment center is being hailed as an economic win, but there are costs.
2021 Business Awards and Hall of Fame

Portraits of Excellence: 2021 Business Awards and Hall of Fame

2021 Business Awards and Hall of Fame: Honoring four Baton Rouge business leaders and two homegrown companies that embraced risk-taking on the journey to success.
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Baton Rouge’s 10 most expensive home sales of 2020

Find out what were the 10 most expensive home sales in the Baton Rouge market in 2020. COVID-19 didn't wreak as much havoc on the high-end market as you might think.
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THIS IS WHERE YOU LIVE

Trash is a long-discussed problem across Baton Rouge. Solutions are plentiful, so why has so little been done to clean it up?

PASSION PLAY

Tom Galligan, LSU’s interim president, has a wide range of interests—rock music, baseball, marathons, hiking and teaching—as well as a recently discovered desire to become the flagship institution’s full-time leader.
Forty Under 40 2020

Forty under 40 class of 2020

Forty Under 40: Honoring the 2020 class of the Capital Region's brightest young leaders, innovators and business professionals.

City-parish gives timeline for hurricane debris removal amid growing frustration

East Baton Rouge Parish residents are growing increasingly frustrated that many areas of the parish still have debris sitting on curbs from Hurricane Delta—and the cleanup process is expected to take another couple of weeks to finish.

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