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More people staying single, and workplaces may need to adjust

More people are remaining single or staying single longer than previous generations of workers, yet many workplaces still treat the nuclear family as the default, Quartz reports.

With low inventory, many homes selling in a week or less

Homes for sale sat on the market for an average of only one week before going under contract from July 2020 through June 2021, a record low, according to newly released results of a National Association of Realtors survey.

US home equity rises during third quarter as market prices continue surge

Nearly 40% of mortgaged residential properties in the U.S. were considered equity-rich in the third quarter, according to ATTOM’s third-quarter 2021 U.S. Home Equity...

Roundup: Suit against Landry / COVID hospitalizations / Sports betting

Whistleblower: A former, high-ranking state prosecutor filed a lawsuit last week against his former boss, Attorney General Jeff Landry, over Landry’s alleged retaliation against...

More Baton Rouge coffee shops roasting their own beans

Whether more coffee shops want to control the quality of their coffee by self-roasting or just like the trendy look of an in-house roasting machine, the practice is becoming more common for local coffee shops. Places like Brew Ha-Ha!, Cedar House Roasting Co., City Roots Coffee Bar, French Truck Coffee and Reve Coffee Lab all roast beans for their drinks.

Family-run popcorn truck rolling into Baton Rouge

The soon-to-be latest addition to the Baton Rouge food truck scene is Posh Pop, a family-run popcorn business from Zachary that is also a part of the LSU Ag Center’s food business incubator, FOODii.

Americans still quitting their jobs in record numbers

Americans quit their jobs at a record pace for the second straight month in September, in many cases for more money elsewhere as companies...

How to better communicate with your team 

Collaboration in the workplace has skyrocketed over the past two decades, but inefficiencies in communication abound and problems have been heightened as employees work...

Dow CEO calls for putting a price on carbon

Putting a price on carbon is a useful policy tool for spurring decarbonization and addressing climate change, Dow Chairman and CEO Jim Fitterling said today at the annual conference of the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana.

Roundup: Election day /  Electric car cost / COVID hot spots 

Geaux vote: Louisiana’s statewide election featuring four constitutional amendments will take place Saturday, Nov. 13, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m....