Weeks after a critical West Coast port complex was crippled by a few hundred striking workers, the East Coast is bracing for a possible walkout numbering thousands that could close 15 ports from Massachusetts to Texas.

“We’ve transitioned into land sellers,” says John Montesano’s son Bruce.


Stations 1230 KSLO-AM and 105.3 FM switch from country format to Spanish music.

An introductory ordinance aims to terminate the Community Development District created to help finance public improvements at John Montesano’s development near the Mall of Acadiana.

This year could go down as the third best for the residential real estate market, says Coldwell Banker’s Steven Hebert.

As ABiz predicted Monday, Van Eaton & Romero and New Orleans-based Latter & Blum made it official Wednesday morning: the two real estate firms are now one.

The deadline is tomorrow, Wednesday, to RSVP for the Mickey Edwards luncheon lecture on Dec. 19.

The explosives recycling company that caused the evacuation of a Louisiana town has come under scrutiny for explosions and its handling of dangerous materials before, and it was so far behind on its rent that the Louisiana National Guard refused to lease it more space.

Exxon says the energy renaissance in the U.S. has staying power and predicts that North America will become a net exporter of oil and gas by the middle of the next decade.

A massive downsizing of University Medical Center will be avoided thanks to a public-private partnership announced Monday afternoon between LSU and Lafayette General Medical Center.

Amid conflict of interest charges, Chip Groat, the lead author of a report that found no link between hydraulic fracturing and water contamination retires from the University of Texas.
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