Louisiana’s oil and gas sector should continue to benefit from strong oil prices this year, though the days of $100 a barrel for oil and $4 per gallon gasoline seem unlikely to return, an LSU expert says.
This year’s Leadership Power Breakfast, presented by Baton Rouge Business Report, featured speakers Stephen Waguespack, president and CEO of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry; John Davies, outgoing president and CEO of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation; and Kim Mulkey, head coach of the LSU women’s basketball team.
Baton Rouge’s job market is among the slowest growing in the country, coming in seventh-worst on job site Indeed’s ranking of U.S. metros.
The Army Corps of Engineers is allocating more than $643 million from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act for 21 coastal, waterway and flood projects in Louisiana, according to a news release from U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy.
High speed: Verizon and AT&T turned on a major new part of their 5G networks today, the culmination of a yearslong process that saw...
For some reason, January is usually an awful month when it comes to business. Sure, it's full of newness and hope, but it plays out...
The defendants in the lawsuit seeking to stop the incorporation of St. George in East Baton Rouge Parish will try on Thursday to take certain issues off the table prior to the start of the trial this spring.
Online orders: The Biden administration last week launched a new website for Americans to request up to four free COVID-19 tests per household. The...
The trajectories of Louisiana’s mainline political parties have been all over the map in terms of modern history.
ExxonMobil this morning pledged to cut its net carbon emissions from its global operations by 2050, catching up with rivals who are minimizing their carbon footprints.