Local experts build up Lafayette’s industrial, office, retail and multi-family sectors.
Thanks to the Realtors’ Commercial Alliance and numerous corporate sponsors, Acadiana now has its own commercial symposium, which means local commercial brokers are no longer forced to travel to Baton Rouge or New Orleans to listen to industry prognosticators.
The free ride for e-commerce may be over soon.
The daily grind of lawmaking will commence once the gavel comes down in legislative chambers March 12, but debate has already begun on the budget submitted last month by Gov. Jindal. It seeks to cut a projected $895 million shortfall by eliminating 6,400 state jobs, revamping the state pension system and privatizing some prisons and health centers. To balance somewhere north of $25 billion, it pools several sources of one-time revenues but includes no new taxes.
Gold is the ultimate insurance policy to protect against the ongoing decline of the dollar.
What’s up with all of the schlock adds on TV exhorting you to buy gold? Where were they 10 years ago when gold was still languishing at under $300 per ounce?
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
By Cherry Fisher May
The Right Reasons for the Season
The win-loss stats aren’t the only measure of Louisiana’s gridiron greatness this year.
Wednesday January 25, 2012
By Monty Warren
Building on Speculation
Two diverse new developments bolster optimism for commercial activity in 2012.
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