Residential Willows

The hottest spot in Baton Rouge residential real estate…

Three residential subdivisions off Burbank Drive are attracting buyers thanks to price tags affordable to first-time buyers and those wanting to downsize.

Guest viewpoint: Baton Rouge’s IBM partnership pays off

Charles Masters of IBM writes, in a guest opinion, writes the company's partnership with Baton Rouge and Louisiana is stronger than ever.

Tevin Wade is fighting for a seat at the business table

Tevin Wade, as an African American business owner, is overcoming challenges while growing his electrical contracting company, Core Electrical Contractors.
IBM Baton Rouge

News alert: IBM meets revised hiring goal with state

IBM, after receiving a two-year extension, hits its promised hiring goal for its Baton Rouge operations with 811 full-time employees.

Kathleen Blanco: Losing a ‘champion’

Kathleen Blanco, Louisiana's first and only female governor, should be remembered for much more than her response to Hurricane Katrina. She was a dedicated public servant who worked to improve education in the state.
office design

Top 5 office design trends

Work spaces are adapting to accommodate the demands of younger employees.

Woman’s Hospital selects new CEO 

Dr. Barbara Griffith has been selected as the new chief executive officer at Woman’s Hospital, one of the largest women’s specialty hospitals in the country, the hospital announced this morning.  Griffith, currently the chief medical...
Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital

Design: Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital

The $230 million Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital was designed by HKS in Dallas and built by Brasfield & Gorrie from Nashville.

JR Ball: Attracting an educated workforce to Baton Rouge

The state needs to rethink TOPS and Baton Rouge must change its economic development mission if we're going to attract and retain an educated workforce.

Riegel: It’s time for some policing questions about St. George

With the election to incorporate St. George just over a month away, the Sheriff Sid Gautreaux and city backers need to tell voters how much police services will cost.

Publisher: A 37-year journey of change

There's been much change at Business Report over its 37-year journey, writes Publisher Rolfe McCollister, who also comments on escalating state budgets and higher taxes under Gov. John Bel Edwards.


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