Biz New Orleans August 2015

Issue Articles

Going the Distance

After a decade of one hit after another, oil and gas continue to rebound.

10 Years Later

Editor’s Note


Publisher’s Note

10 Years Gone

Remembering restaurants that disappeared with Katrina

Laundry Service

Whitney White Linen Night and Dirty Linen Night showcase art galleries in August.
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Ode to the Billy Joes

Brees’ brilliance causes darkest days of Saints football to be laughable

It’s Not As Bad As We Thought

The film industry takes a deeper look at the tax incentive cap and starts to breathe again.

Once Upon A Time…

An entrepreneur must be a storyteller.

Industry News

Around town

Don’t Say That …

From inappropriate comments to illegal questions, some things are better left unsaid.

Jobs? We Don’t Need No Jobs!

And I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords.
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Funding cuts threaten the future of the New Orleans BioInnovation Center.

10 years by the numbers

In an effort to provide a general overview of how the New Orleans region has changed since Hurricane Katrina, Biz New Orleans partnered with...

Healthier Than Ever

Ten years post-Katrina, metro healthcare has a whole new look.

Rising Above It All

Hurricane Katrina radically changed New Orleans’ commercial and residential landscape, for the better.

Same Sex Marriage: What Employers Should Know

On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down state constitutional bans on same-sex marriage across the nation, ending years of national debate,...

The Work is in The Art

Leading architect Wm. Raymond “Ray” Manning showcases the space where his firm has helped rebuild new orleans post-Katrina.
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A Healthy Habitat

Jim Pate, executive director of New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, discusses the impact the organization has had in the city’s recovery and what still needs to be done.

Always in Charge

With AMPware’s CrankCase, the power is, quite literally, in your hands.
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Clean Lines

Behind the Scenes

Issue Cover

What's New

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Event Calendar

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