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Digital media: a pathway to jobs and investment in Louisiana; what does watching a downloaded DVD have in common with video conferencing or completing an online ethics course? They are all examples of digital media--and the state of Louisiana is creating promising avenues for entrepreneurship and job growth through tax credits, public-private partnerships, and investments in infrastructure. Mar 30, 2010 1022
The rough road to rebuilding: interview with Milton Bailey, president of Louisiana Housing Finance Agency. Interview Jun 22, 2009 969
Mississippi: growing a Greener Mississippi. Jun 22, 2009 449
Louisiana-Mississippi: Gulf Coast renaissance within reach. Dec 22, 2008 506
Growing consumer reliance on credit cards: are more lower- and middle-income consumers relying on their credit cards to cope with rising energy and food prices? Sep 22, 2008 1705
Fellowship program builds lasting legacy in New Orleans: successful affordable housing ventures are most often the work of seasoned community development professionals who can deftly change hats as needed to see these complex undertakings to completion. Jun 22, 2008 1471
Louisiana Speaks: in spite of the chaos and tragedy produced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in the summer of 2005, a few brave visionaries have dared to look beyond the destruction and grasp the opportunity to build a new and improved Louisiana. Sep 22, 2007 2055
Alabama: housing plan holds promise for future. Sep 22, 2007 376
Go Zone tax credits and incentives: Hurricane Katrina, which wreaked an estimated $86 billion in damages across 90,000 square miles, ranks as the most expensive natural disaster in the history of the United States. Jun 22, 2007 1382
GO Zone Tax credits and incentives: hurricane Katrina, which wreaked an estimated $86 billion in damages across 90,000 square miles, ranks as the most expensive natural disaster in the history of the United States. Jan 1, 2007 1380
Atlanta fed hosts last in series of asset-building forums: according to the bureau of economic analysis, Americans spent more than they earned last year, registering a savings rate of minus .5 percent. This negative savings trend persists in 2006, raising concern about how households would manage an economic downturn or income interruption. Jun 22, 2006 860
Finances count in planning for disaster: though it's the last thing we want to think about, being financially prepared for a disaster can literally mean the difference between life and death. Jan 1, 2006 1514
Personal reflections on the storm. Dec 22, 2005 1353
Louisiana SBA chief stages turnaround: an interview with Eugene Cornelius Jr., District Director, U.S. Small Business Administration, Louisiana District office. Interview Sep 22, 2005 1252
Community development venture capital funds sow economic opportunities: during the 1880s, a small number of African-American-owned banks anticipated today's community investment vehicles by providing affordable capital and access to basic financial services in underserved communities. Jun 22, 2004 1366
Louisiana: a closer look at Louisiana's TANF IDA initiative. Jun 22, 2004 457
Adult financial education programs can yield big rewards. Jun 22, 2003 1258
Mississippi Home Corporation partners to meet housing needs. Jan 1, 2003 516
Foreclosure prevention. Jun 22, 2002 1209
The Greater New Orleans IDA Collaborative. Brief Article Sep 22, 2001 641

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