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Business
3:50 pm
Wed April 29, 2015

Jazz Fest Sync Up Conference Teaches The Business Of Music

Scott Aiges, programs director for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.
Credit Scott Aiges

New Orleans is right in the middle of Jazz Fest, which features plenty of live music.

But there is also an associated event called the Sync Up Conference, now in its eighth year, designed for independent artists to learn more about the business of music.

WWNO’s Paul Maassen spoke with Scott Aiges, Programs Director for the Jazz and Heritage Foundation, about the conference.

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KEDM
9:04 am
Mon April 27, 2015

The Corporate Culture

Parker

Originally published on Tue April 28, 2015 10:32 am

What does a small business owner need to know about the corporate culture?   Louisiana Small Business Development Center's Barry Parker answers a question that can help an owner in today's environment.


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Out To Lunch
1:00 pm
Thu April 23, 2015

Out To Lunch: Jazz Fest Economy

Monica Davidson, Frank Relle and Peter Ricchiuti.
Credit Grant Morris / It's New Orleans

When you go to Jazz Fest do you have stuff you have to do? Is there one band you have to see or one food item you have to eat? For many people that annual treat is Crawfish Monica. It's one of Jazz Fest’s most popular dishes.

On this edition of Out to Lunch we don’t have crawfish, but we do have Monica.

Monica Davidson, the Monica from Crawfish Monica and co-owner of Kajun Kettle Foods, joins Peter for lunch.

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Business
7:12 am
Tue April 21, 2015

Leading Women Executives Have Advice For Closing Wage Gap

Women executives gathered at the Zurich PGA Classic on Monday — not for a round of golf, but for a panel discussion on how to succeed in business. Two had some advice for making sure women get paid as much as their male colleagues.

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Louisiana Eats!
11:30 am
Sat April 18, 2015

Seafood Innovation After The BP Spill

Shrimp boats docked in Venice, Louisiana.
Credit finchlake2000 / Flickr

On this week’s Louisiana Eats!, we’re remembering the devastation of the BP oil spill, which took place five years ago this week. Six weeks after the spill, we produced our very first episode of Louisiana Eats!, and there was no way we could ignore the disaster that was unfolding in the Gulf.

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Red River Radio
8:38 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Small Nacogdoches plant will continue producing doorframes

Endura vice president Kevin MacDonald (third from left) receives the DETCOG forgivable loan from Nacogdoches mayor Roger Van Horn. Also shown (from left) are Nacogdoches city commissioner Mike Keller; DETCOG executive director Walter Diggles; DETCOG vice president Roy Bolden (second from right) and Nacogdoches Economic Development Corporation CEO Nancy Windham.

A Nacogdoches plant that manufactures rot-proof doorframes will stay open for the foreseeable future.

North Carolina-based Endura Products received a $200,000 check this month from the Deep East Texas Council of Governments or DETCOG. Endura is one of a dozen companies that has benefited from DETOG’s Forgivable Loan program.

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Out To Lunch
1:00 pm
Thu April 16, 2015

Out To Lunch: L.E.D.G.E.

Peter Ricchiuti, Secretary Stephen Moret and Mike deBoe.
Credit Grant Morris / It's New Orleans

There are a lot of people these days claiming how well New Orleans is doing and that in business terms we're now competitive with almost any city in the country. If you'd like proof that this is fact, and not just feel-good boosterism, this edition of Out to Lunch might convince you. GE is the 6th largest company in the Fortune 500. They've been quoted as saying "New Orleans is becoming the hub of the South." And they're putting their money where their mouth is. In downtown New Orleans, in the Place St. Charles building, GE Capital Technology Center has 70,000 square feet of office space.

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Coastal Desk
5:28 am
Mon April 13, 2015

Five Years After BP Spill, It's Safe To Eat Gulf Seafood... If You Can Find It

An employee at the New Orleans Fish House filets puppy drum for a midday delivery to local restaurants.
Credit Laine Kaplan-Levenson / WWNO

Monday, April 20 marks the fifth anniversary of the 2010 BP oil spill that sent millions of gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

Right after the spill, seafood restaurants were bombarded with concerns about the safety of what was being served, and where it came from. Today, the public has stopped asking questions and is ready to eat, but now there’s a supply issue. While marketing campaigns are spreading a message of safe and bountiful Gulf seafood, others in the industry worry about the future.

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Out To Lunch
1:00 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

Out To Lunch: Cleaning Up

Peter Ricchiuti and Sharee Walls.
Credit Chet Overall / It's New Orleans

If you do your own laundry, you probably think you've got a small mountain of it if you have four or five loads to throw in the washing machine.

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KEDM
11:13 am
Wed April 8, 2015

Don't Be The Fattest Chicken In The Yard

Originally published on Wed April 8, 2015 3:36 pm

Once you establish some financial success, it is only a matter of time before someone comes to you with a "great deal." Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore cautions to be aware of not only what, but who is involved with the promise of the next big thing.


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