Welcome to a new 7 days and a new version of NOLA Enterprise Insider. Right now, a look at how community malls are shifting, a verify-in on the battle to uncover personnel and a search at how Gov. John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, is taking care of via the prevailing conservative winds sweeping the south.
Also in modern blend are two company stories with some soccer flair. Saints General Supervisor Mickey Loomis has a aspect gig in the restaurant business — and options to rework an outdated haunt in Aged Metairie. In the meantime, Jeff Duncan appears to be like at what the blockbuster $4.65 billion sale of the Denver Broncos may possibly imply for the Saints down the line.
Shopping mall MAKEOVERS: Deal talks on the Esplanade Mall in Kenner have place the focus back on the aged standbys of retailing: suburban buying malls. There is certainly plenty occurring in the malls dotting the space, and Chad Calder has the facts on the various states of alter.
BLUE State, Crimson Condition: In a lot of Republican-controlled states, sizzling-button tradition war concerns are traveling into the law guides. But political reporter Tyler Bridges clarifies that Louisiana’s moderate Republicans in the legislature and Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards mostly stored proposed laws on important race concept, “really don’t say homosexual” procedures and other sizzling-button subjects from becoming legislation.
Occupation Anybody? The Louisiana unemployment charge is 3.8%, the least expensive since just before the Great Economic downturn. But company entrepreneurs are not able to get more than enough workers to fill work opportunities. Below are some of the ways they’re trying to entice new staff members.
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