Ken Miller, a founding partner of BlackRose Advisors in Lafayette in 2012, has been named executive vice president for mergers and acquisitions for Colliers International.
The LSU AgCenter Food Incubator will more than triple its bottling capacity as an initial step toward an expansion plan that will substantially increase the size of the facility in the near future.
Shantee Gott Manuel and her husband, Mardy, are small business owners who opened CAKEBAR on Oct. 11 on Parkerson Avenue in Crowley.
New Orleans-based Crescent Bank and Trust closed several loan production offices around the country last month, including one in Monroe, as the company centralizes its loan underwriting processes in New Orleans and gets loan officers in other part…
Louisiana's nonfarm employment added 9,200 jobs over the past 12 months ending in September, an increase of 0.5% driven by gains in education and health services.
Originally a neighborhood for railroad and sugar cane workers, freed slaves and Lebanese immigrants, the Freetown-Port Rico neighborhood just south of downtown Lafayette has been through several changes since being established in the mid-to-late 1…
With three-quarters of this year now behind us, much of the attention for market watchers throughout this year has been on the significant growth of home sales outside of Lafayette Parish.
The Surge Entertainment Center by Drew Brees is seeking employees to staff the 43,000-square-foot sports and family entertainment center.
LAGCOE’s first trade show in New Orleans last week provided the organization with a new starting point for revitalizing the event and the industry.
Watch Systems, a Covington-based company that specializes in tracking sex offenders, has launched a new app that lets parents know if a registered sex offender contacts their child.
Johnson & Johnson is slated to pay $2.1 million to Louisiana as a slice of a nearly $117 million multistate settlement over allegations it deceptively marketed its pelvic mesh products, which support women's pelvic organs.
Amerisource Business Capital, an independent asset-based provider for businesses based in Houston, acquired two specialty finance units carved out from MidSouth Bank.
Pool Corp., a Covington-based distributor of supplies for swimming pools, reported third-quarter earnings of $79.5 million compared to $69.3 million in the third quarter of 2018.
Our Lady of Lourdes sold 8.79 acres of the 51.65 acres it owns in north Lafayette Parish along Interstate 49 to a nearby energy company, court records show.
Derick Self runs a small business, Overtime Jerky, which sells 20 flavors of beef jerky that he makes in Acadia Parish and sells at local events and farmer's markets.
The chief financial officer and two board members at Waitr are resigning as turnover at the top continues at the Louisiana-based mobile app delivery business.
The Broussard Chamber of Commerce, with the support of COX Business, will launch next spring Relance Acadie, a program to develop a long-term vision to revitalize rural and suburban areas in the seven-parish area.
A Denham Springs-based company has bought the La Quinta Inn on the Evangeline Thruway for $1.5 million, according to records filed with the Lafayette Parish Clerk of Court.
Hancock Whitney Corp. said Tuesday its third-quarter earnings were down compared to the year before due to costs related to its acquisition of Lafayette-based MidSouth Bancorp.
McDonald’s employees from Crowley to LaPlace may be eligible for tuition assistance at South Louisiana Community College under a partnership announced Tuesday.
LLOG Exploration, a Covington oil company that specializes in deepwater production, signed an agreement with Houston-based TechnipFMC to buy subsea parts for a rig site in the Gulf of Mexico.
Lafayette Jewelers will leave its Moss Street location for a spot in the Stirling Lafayette shopping center off Louisiana Avenue next month, the owner said this morning.
Parish Brewing Co. won a gold medal at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival competition, the world’s largest commercial beer competition, for its Pure Tropics beer earlier this month.
Bayside Plantation, a 169-year-old historic property along Bayou Teche in Jeanerette, was recently sold for $775,000.
The multiyear slump in the oil and gas industry and a tough quarter for Waitr again caused the Pelican State Portfolio, a group of Louisiana stocks tracked by The Advocate, to lag behind the performance of the broader market.
Women In Trucking Association has named Dupré Logistics as a 2019 Top Company for Women to Work For in Transportation.
Logan Riché and his wife Kim, own Riché's Y-Not Stop convenience store, 6920 Ambassador Caffery Parkway, in Broussard. A survey from the National Association of Convenience Stores indicated 84% of store owners are optimistic about business for the…
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is suspending a 5% tariff hike on $250 billion in Chinese imports that was set to take effect Tuesday, and China agreed to buy $40 billion to $50 billion in U.S. farm products as the world's two biggest econom…
LOGA’s statewide pitch for political candidates in Saturday’s election might level the energy industry’s playing field in Louisiana. That’s what Gifford Briggs, president of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association, has suggested to audiences aroun…
The Lafayette Regional Airport is expected to get a second TSA security checkpoint at the current terminal at the first of the year, director Steve Picou said Thursday.
Passengers boarding their flights around lunchtime Thursday might not have noticed, but the staff at the Lafayette Regional Airport marked a significant point in construction.
Downtown Lafayette officials have made the Vermilion Street parking garage more user friendly in the hopes of addressing parking concerns by drivers visiting downtown.
With U.S.-China trade talks resuming, several Louisiana companies and multinational businesses with major operations in the state and elsewhere already have cited hardships in seeking exemptions to U.S. tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goo…
Louisiana has signed onto an antitrust investigation that 50 U.S. states and territories have launched into Google and its “potential monopolistic behavior,” specifically targeting its digital advertising practices, as government scrutiny of techn…