The Bureau of Governmental Research has chosen Celeste Coco-Ewing, a local attorney with experience dealing with diverse and complex issues, as the new President & CEO. Coco-Ewing will replace Janet Howard at the helm of BGR, the independent, nonpartisan voice of good government in greater New Orleans.
Louisiana Biz shorts for today: New leadership at New Orleans Port Cruise and Tourism division, International Fest, BGR says beware of the Trojan Horse, and BRAC has a new site for Baton Rouge region newcomers.
Louisiana business news buzz for today: New Orleans 14th best for Hispanics, The Beatles in New Orleans anniversary, BRAC, South Coast Capital, New Orleans Biotech--right off the press (releases)
The Bureau of Governmental Research has issued the following open letter to the legislature regarding the controversial legislation involving the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority - East’s (SLFPA - East) lawsuit against the oil and gas industry:
The sweet scents of Thanksgiving and the holiday seasons are in the air, but, in the meantime, there is plenty of business and organizational work yet to be done.
What's happening "Round Louisiana"?
Today's news: NOLA Tech Week, Successes and Failures, a Hairy Le Petit Theater, Great Minds in Stem plus Job Fair
Around Louisiana--Here are some of the Louisiana organizations, businesses and politicians making the news today:
Happy New Years..
What a lineup!
Louisiana organizations news for today, October 16: Press releases from BGR annual luncheon, Asia business conference, Lafayette chamber of commerce event, our coast by Louisiana seafood, Harlem Globetrotters coming soon, Baton Rouge Area Chamber and more