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Roundup: LSU advertising / Manufacturer spending / Home sales report 

Name recognition: LSU raked in more than $200 million in free advertising in the seven weeks the world was watching the university’s football team...

The Revelry Bar on Highland Road aims to become music venue 

The owners of The Revelry have been wanting to open a bar in Baton Rouge or New Orleans since 2013. But they couldn’t find a...

MyHy strikes deal to expand sales throughout Midwest, South 

MyHy, a hydration product developed by former LSU and Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn, announced today it has signed a deal with construction...

Roundup: Latter & Blum / Offshore wind / New business curriculum 

Leadership change: ​Billy Landreneau has been named chief financial officer of Latter & Blum Property Management. Landreneau, who up until now has served as...

Health Tip of the Week, sponsored by Baton Rouge General: Can food affect fertility?

Absolutely. When you eat the right types of food you’re delivering key nutrients necessary for conception and pregnancy to your body. So what are...

Lamar announces intent to raise $1B to help repay debts, fund capital working needs

Lamar Advertising Company intends to raise roughly $1 billion through private offerings to help pay off some $510 million in debt subject to market...

Roundup: Burrow’s agent / Intracoastal Waterway / Road closures  

Top of his game: LSU’s Heisman Trophy-winning, national champion quarterback Joe Burrow has signed with Creative Arts Agency Sports, the same agency that represents...

Bridge Center selects Florida Boulevard site for mental health facility 

The Bridge Center board has selected the C Temple Commercial Building at 3455 Florida Blvd. as the site of its planned mental health facility.  The...

Heads up: LSU selecting University Lakes project adviser today

LSU will select a project manager today to oversee the roughly $50 million restoration and enhancement of the six-lake system at City-Brooks Community Park...

Advertising industry steering clear of political fray

As the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump begins this week, advertisers are steering clear of any politically leaning messages.  The advertising environment has shifted...

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