A new report says unprecedented growth in the Lake Charles and Baton Rouge areas is likely to boost employment in Louisiana to more than 2 million jobs sometime in 2015, in spite of what it describes as plodding national growth.


A few tenant deals are still up in the air, but Whole Foods tells ABiz it's coming.

I rarely use exclamation points, but this is an exception.

Benedictine monks have won the final round in their lawsuit to keep selling plain caskets from their monastery outside New Orleans.

All three categories of economic indicators — leading, current and lagging — head north.

Lafayette Downtown Development Authority’s new director of design on his vision for transforming the area’s urban landscape

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You should support Common Core in Louisiana.

Clancy DuBos on the political squabble over reviving Charity Hospital as a new civic center

CorpGifts_carouselSuccessful corporate gifts mean giving — or doing — something the recipients will remember.


Austin firm and group of locals holding forums to seek public input on conversion of acreage into passive park.

The Greater Acadiana Food Bank’s supply of non-perishable food items is critically low, and that has prompted Lafayette’s Manuel Builders to sponsor a food drive starting Monday.

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