Lawmakers who spent months reviewing Louisiana's lengthy list of tax breaks are recommending more regular oversight and study of the credits, exemptions and rebates.

The record high is being powered by China's strong economic growth targets and a jump in European retail sales.

After 26 years serving burgers and lunch plates to UL students, faculty and staff, Campus Copies will say goodbye and shut its doors permanently Thursday when its lease expires.

BP failed to implement a new safety plan on the ill-fated Deepwater Horizon drilling rig even though the company realized a blowout in the Gulf of Mexico was its greatest danger, an expert witness for people and businesses suing the company testified Tuesday.

Lafayette Parish taxable sales in 2012 were $5.71 billion, 6.5 percent more than 2011 and 5.7 percent higher than the previous record set in 2008.

John Finley, head of the LSU AgCenter department of food science, said the industry represents a major economic sector for Louisiana with significant growth potential.

The McIhenny Company CEO died Saturday at his home in New Orleans of an apparent heart attack.
South side mall returns to its original name amid multi-million-dollar renovation.
Once again, IND Monthly and ABiz will recognize the best in local residential and commercial architecture and design.
For the next two years the Moody Company chief will chair the organization charged with turning the 100-acre Horse Farm into a passive public park.

abiz_YellowjacketA new device born locally transforms the smart device into a weapon of self-defense.

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