‘New type of residential environment for Baton Rouge’ possible at Greenwood Park

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

Tenuous tenure: Reform advocates gear up for another shot at eliminating the Louisiana law that guarantees educators permanent employment after three years on the job.

What will he do for an encore? – Political observers expect Gov. Bobby Jindal to take bolder action in his second term, if for no other reason than to solidify his national aspirations.

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.

School choice – John White has served as head of the Recovery School District for just five months, long enough for feelings to run strong about his ability to become state superintendent.

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

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