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Technology infrastructure, and rising security concerns, challenged by pandemic mitigation

Pandemic mitigation has put a strain on technology infrastructure but the race to catch up opens additional security concerns.
economy

Pandemic pivot: Pressure mounts, but restarting the Louisiana economy won’t be easy

Pressure is mounting to ease COVID-19-related restrictions on business, but restarting the economy won’t be easy—or fast.
JR Ball

JR Ball: Navigating some delicate Baton Rouge balancing acts

Baton Rouge is facing a multitude of life-altering decisions as we tiptoe closer to the end of the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Riegel: The emerging COVID-19 narrative in Baton Rouge

A developing Baton Rouge narrative is that containing COVID-19 is more about personal choices than testing and a vaccine.

Publisher: Is there a blue ocean in your company’s future?

Publisher Rolfe McCollister writes using a Blue Ocean strategy will be key to navigating your company's post-pandemic future.

2020 Influential Women in Business: Eight leaders making a difference

The 2020 Influential Women in Business class features eight leaders who are making a difference in Baton Rouge and across the Capital Region.
2020 Influential Women in Business

Cheri Ausberry: 2020 Influential Women in Business

2020 Influential Women in Business: Cheri Ausberry, customer service manager at Entergy, is one of eight members of this year's class.
2020 Influential Women in Business

Kim Bowman: 2020 Influential Women in Business

2020 Influential Women in Business: Kim Bowman, founder of the Bella Bowman Foundation, is one of eight members of this year's class.
2020 Influential Women in Business

Stacia Haynie: 2020 Influential Women in Business

2020 Influential Women in Business: Stacia Haynie, executive vice president and provost at LSU, is one of eight members of this year's class.
2020 Influential Women in Business

Racheal Hebert: 2020 Influential Women in Business

2020 Influential Women in Business: Racheal Hebert, founder, president and CEO of STAR, is one of eight members of this year's class.

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