As part of plea deal, company agrees to reimburse federal and state agencies for cleaning up an estimated 266 barrels of waste oil that leaked from a damaged tank near the mill.

A New Orleans-area levee authority's lawsuit against dozens of oil and gas companies was transferred Tuesday from state to federal court at the request of one of the companies, but the move may be temporary.

One pizza parlor’s loss is another’s opportunity.

“The valuation remains attractive for this niche player in the oil and gas service sector.”

The U.S. Small Business Administration will be teaching a free workshop in Lafayette designed for small business owners interested in learning more about SBA’s certification program for Woman-Owned Small Businesses.

The boutique private equity firm’s founder, Seenu Kasturi, tells ABiz the deal worth $4.8 million includes three company-owned stores and an expanding galaxy of franchises nationwide.

In a letter to claims administrator Patrick Juneau last Friday, Christine Reitano's lawyer said her contract for working on the settlement program was "wrongfully and improperly" terminated.

Its payment to the state was the second highest annual transfer to the treasury since the lottery began operations in 1991.

The state labor department figures released Friday show the initial claims increased to 2,844 from the previous week's total of 2,627. Initial claims were below the comparable week a year earlier at 3,216.

Honorees will be recognized at Sept. 11 luncheon.

A federal magistrate has set a Wednesday hearing for BP to justify why it has balked at paying more than $130 million in fees to the court-supervised administrator of its multi-billion dollar settlement with Gulf Coast businesses and residents after the company's 2010 oil spill.

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