Louisiana remains a focus for economic development and business opportunities. In today’s Business and organization shorts, our focus is on INC., the Aerospace Industry, Charity Health Center, BGR, LSU Health Care and Dr. Fotham, US travel and more:
After losing, thus far, in state court in his efforts to block the implementation of Common Core, Presidential hopeful, Governor Bobby Jindal, has taken on a new foe. The US Government.
What is the significance of a recent poll in the Louisiana US Senate race showing Tea Party favorite, Rob Maness, in mid-double digits in his quest to overcome the Republican Party's favorite candidate, Bill Cassidy?
Business shorts news of the day:
La Times showcase New Orleans; Louisiana low in gender survey; Essence Festival, Lafayette Ribbon cutting
Our apologies to Sir Ray Charles,
“Oh, it’s qualifying time, you’re gonna leave me
I can see that far away look in your eyes
I can tell by the way you kiss those babies
What is the future for Louisiana's budgetary problems, healthcare, hospitals, helping the elderly and services such as education?
These were some of the issues discussed in a Bayoubuzz.com Google Hangout interview webcasted live Wednesday morning with Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal took another legal hit on his efforts to stop the use of PARRC test which he claims was procured in an illegal manner and in his efforts to stop Common Core in Louisiana.
There are more films and TV shows in Louisiana than in any location in the world. This incredible climb has occurred in slightly over a decade since the advent of the tax incentive program.
Louisiana Treasurer, John Kennedy, will participate in a Bayoubuzz Google Hangout Webcast discussion Wednesday August 20 at 10 a.m. to discuss the Legislative session 2014, Louisiana budget and other issues.
In Part I of a recent Google Hangout webcast, Chris Stelly, Exec. Director of the Entertainment Louisiana Economic Development discussed the exploding Louisiana film industry ranked number one in the world for movie filming due, in large part to a very generous tax incentive program introduced to the state in the early 2000's. In part II, Stelly explains the Digital Media Interactive program, which likewise offers very attractive tax incentives to software developers for work performed in the state.
Joining Stelly in the webcast, which is below, are Ronnie Bincer, Wayne Nix and Bayoubuzz Publisher Stephen Sabludowsky.