Baton Rouge Louisiana is one of the best cities with ROI for police spending while New Orleans is not in that number, nor is it one of the worst.
The Louisiana capitol is ranked number 13 for best ROI; New Orleans ranked 33rd. Regardless, the two rankings put the Louisiana cities in the top 40.
Louisiana business shorts news of the day: GNO NORLI leaders chosen, education level of US cities including New Orleans and Baton Rouge, and BGR's a biotech summary breakfast focused on the impact of the industry upon the New Orleans economy and breaking news from Prospect New Orleans.
Louisiana Biz Shorts for today: LetterFab illuminated signage company now in Gretna; Jefferson chamber announces Fat City festival logo winner; Great Rafting in Shreveport, 3d Printing makes it to Baton Rouge and upcoming expo in New Orleans
Louisiana is becoming a river of business opportunities.
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.
Today, Baton Rouge was ranked number one inBusiness Facilities’list of the Top 10 Metro Areas for Economic Growth Potential. Louisiana's business climate was also ranked number four in the nation for 2013 – the highest-ever ranking for the state byBusiness Facilities. Last year, Louisiana was the top-ranked state in Economic Growth Potential byBusiness Facilities.
With prices going through the roof at destinations such as Disney World, New York City and elsewhere, here is an idea.
After the we found legislature punches through its spring's session on Thursday, Jeff Crouere and BayouBuzz publisher Stephen Sabludowsky will be serving a different type of punch but this time in Baton Rouge, the state's Capitol.
Bistro in Baton rouge opens Wednesday night featuring a 150-seat dining room with two separate private dining spaces that can seat 32 guests or be combined for a large celebration of 64 guests.
Baton Rouge, LOUISIANA.--Walter Russell Meade made a very interesting observation on his blog in The American Interest magazine. Meade describes the coming “blue-on-blue” battle arising between public sector unions and liberal Democratic mayors and governors whose states and municipalities are on the verge of bankruptcy due to the ever-escalating cost of public employee retirement benefits.