But the four-week moving average, which is a less volatile measure of claims, increased to 3,523 from the previous week's total of 3,434.

Fourth-quarter profit rose for the parent of Hancock and Whitney banks as merger expenses eased, but it lost money on a loan sale.

The Supreme Court of Louisiana has agreed to hear an appeal by a pharmaceutical company hit with massive penalties after a St. Landry Parish jury found it had overstated the benefits and underplayed the potential risks of an antipsychotic drug in marketing letters to physicians.

Jan. 29 forum examines the future of new public-private partnerships between LSU hospitals and local community medical centers.

middle_class_houses2Five years after the start of the Great Recession, the toll is terrifyingly clear: Millions of middle-class jobs have been lost in developed countries the world over.

The Louisiana Board of Ethics will finally get a chance to question developer Greg Gachassin about his alleged violations of the state’s ethics laws while earning hundreds of thousands of dollars on low-income housing developments.

The blogosphere is abuzz with speculation of a 4.8-inch “iPhone Math” by July and a 12 megapixel camera by year’s end.

Telecom giant pays $780 million for network that covers about 4.6 million people in primarily rural areas across six states.

Farmers will be able to talk with LSU AgCenter scientists and scientists from universities across the Midsouth.

Plans are under way to invest millions in Lafayette's existing coal plant, but a growing number of residents are calling for an alternative approach.

mosierA Lafayette businessman’s specialized subsea lighting equipment lands him a job on the Costa Concordia salvage project.

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