Business

How Jenni Peters made Varsity Sports a resource for athletes 

Five dollars, a T-shirt and some free Miller Lite. That’s how Jenni Peters’ running career got started. It’s probably not the way most would have...

Baton Rouge-to-beach air shuttle doesn’t take off  

Direct air service Southeast Beach Express today announced it is canceling its shuttles from Atlanta and Baton Rouge into Gulf Shores, Alabama, due to...

Baton Rouge restaurants see surge in dining as food distributors face shortages

Diners are making their way back inside their favorite Baton Rouge restaurants in droves as coronavirus restrictions have lifted, but food distributors may not be rebounding fast enough to keep up. 

After LSU termination, some Taylor Porter attorneys leave adjunct professorships at LSU Law Center

Some Taylor Porter attorneys who also work as adjunct professors at LSU have decided to stop teaching at LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center.

Will pandemic ‘winners’ start to lose as the virus recedes? 

When it comes to the COVID-19 crisis, there are two kinds of companies: Those that benefited from it and have to worry how they...

How was flooding around your property? Stormwater Master Plan team wants to know

In the wake of this week’s heavy rains, which caused unexpected flooding throughout the parish, HNTB is asking the public for input on the flooding and drainage issues they’ve observed and experienced over the past few days.

Off the Hook opening first Baton Rouge location in former Raising Cane’s on Corporate

Off the Hook is opening a Baton Rouge location later this year, in the former Raising Cane’s building on Corporate Boulevard. The Thibodaux-based seafood restaurant...

Forte and Tablada not moving HQ downtown, selling CBD property

Forte and Tablada Inc. is selling downtown lots it has owned for about five years and keeping its headquarters on Interline Boulevard, instead of...

Keeping in contact with remote-working employees boosts morale 

As senior partner at InHealth Strategies, a population health and well-being consulting company with Baton Rouge operations, Jeff Soileau wasn’t particularly surprised to see...

Keeping in contact with remote-working employees boosts morale

Keeping in contact with remote-working employees—and showing you care about how they are doing—is proving vital to the health of your workforce … and business.

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