Industry leaders are battling the stigma attached with not getting a four-year degree with a Louisiana Calling campaign designed to boost the state’s trained workforce.
Federal changes are propelling the East Baton Rouge Parish Housing Authority and its new executive director to rethink public housing.
In a tight labor market, Baton Rouge businesses are using more descriptive—and more direct—job posting language in the hunt for would-be employees.
Entrepreneur: Rodney Greenup, president of Greenup Industries, started his industrial maintenance company in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Executive Spotlight: Christopher D'Elia recently celebrated his 10th year as dean of LSU's College of the Coast & Environment, the longest continuous tenure of any presently serving LSU dean.
It's remarkable how selective Baton Rouge has become about embracing the greater good; suddenly the self-sacrifice concept matters when the issue is stopping the incorporation of St. George.
How many natural disaster bullets must Baton Rouge dodge before it gets smart about planning? A Smart Growth summit will offer advice on how to do it.
Though all in the community express concern about the homeless, the problem with panhandling in Baton Rouge is a problem that's negatively impacting businesses across the city.
Sam and Cody Carroll, stars of the Food Network's 'Cajun Aces' are back in Baton Rouge and plan to open a new Hot Tails restaurant.
The Simplifynance program is designed to help young professions begin their wealth management journey early in their career.