Anthony Mcauley, Baton Rouge Advocate

Anthony Mcauley

Baton Rouge Advocate

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Past articles by Anthony:

Port of South Louisiana finally releases appraisal for its $445M bid to buy Avondale site

The Port of South Louisiana has disclosed the appraisal it used to come up with a price tag of $445 million to buy the former Avondale shipyard site, a figure → Read More

Gov. John Bel Edwards, other Louisiana port leaders kept in dark about $445 million Avondale deal

The Port of South Louisiana's agreement to buy the former Avondale shipyard for nearly $450 million was inked without discussions with other area port officials, civic leaders or Gov. John → Read More

Tech firm Excella, founded by New Orleans native, starts local hub with promise of 150 jobs

Excella, a 20-year old tech firm founded by New Orleans native Burton White, has started a new hub in the Crescent City with the promise of creating 150 software developer → Read More

Lawsuit alleges Google broke Louisiana law in capturing residents' biometric data

Google Inc. is being sued in Louisiana over allegations that the online-search giant has been capturing and selling biometric data from residents in violation of the state's consumer protection and → Read More

IRS seeks to compel developer Joe Jaeger to produce records on property sale to Drew Brees firm

The Internal Revenue Service has asked the federal court in New Orleans to compel developer Joe Jaeger's foundation to produce documents relating to its sale of a historic property on → Read More

Jeff Landry hits back at Elon Musk's Tesla in Louisiana lawsuit over car dealer rules

Attorney General Jeff Landry has weighed in on a federal lawsuit brought by electric-car maker Tesla against Louisiana's car dealers, arguing that a state law prohibiting direct-to-consumer car sales protects → Read More

In Seacor Power tragedy, investigators blame faulty weather warning system

Federal investigators blame Gulf of Mexico catastrophe that killed 13 on inadequate warning of violent weather. → Read More

How flying Tulane teams to away games could help Breeze Airways stabilize its business

Breeze Airways, the budget airline which started flying in May 2021 out of New Orleans, has inked a deal with Tulane University's sports department that it hopes will be the → Read More

Labor unions protest contractor for continuing alleged "wage theft", despite Department of Labor fine

A group of unions and community organizations are claiming Baton Rouge-based Lanehart Commercial Painting is continuing the same practices at a school renovation project in New Orleans that led the → Read More

New Orleans is set to get a professional soccer franchise, but where will the team play?

Hurricanes? Gators? Promoters want fans' ideas on expansion team name, colors, venue → Read More

Hancock Whitney to drop overdraft and other charges, following banking drift away from fees

Hancock Whitney Bank will no longer charge clients fees when their accounts slip into the red, making it the latest bank to ditch the charges that are a lucrative revenue → Read More

Diversity, culture, and environment in focus as New Orleans Entrepreneur Week returns

New Orleans Entrepreneur Week kicks off this week , giving the area's wannabe tycoons their first opportunity in three years to rub elbows with potential investors and other industry influencers → Read More

Lucid, a New Orleans tech darling, being bought by Cint Group for over $1 billion

Lucid, a darling of New Orleans' nascent tech sector, has become Louisiana's first "unicorn", selling for just over $1 billion to Cint Group, a Swedish technology company. → Read More

Dong Phuong Bakery is in a bitter legal tiff, and its distinctive logo is at the center of it

Dong Phuong Bakery Inc., purveyor of one of New Orleans' most sought-after king cakes, is locked in a bitter legal dispute that has meant the Village de l'Est dough puncher → Read More

Sheraton New Orleans leased by state as another coronavirus spillover medical facility

The Sheraton New Orleans Hotel on Canal Street, used to house first responders in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, has been leased by the state to serve as another spillover → Read More

New Orleans new airport terminal gets finishing touches, but October opening appears unlikely

The new $1 billion terminal at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is getting "finishing touches" over the next few weeks, but there is still no firm date for its → Read More

Homebuyers look to suburbs after years of surging prices in New Orleans

For New Orleans-area homebuyers, the suburbs are calling. → Read More

Why another threat looms for Louisiana exporters if Mexico spat escalates

Louisiana's exporters are already coping with a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China. But the Trump administration's latest tariff measures mean they now also face a looming threat → Read More

Mubadala puts Fujairah refinery plan back on the agenda

The new refinery at the UAE’s Indian Ocean port of Fujairah was on hold for more than a year because the responsible legacy company, Ipic, was being merged with Mubadala Development Company. → Read More

Dispute over operation of Viceroy Palm Jumeirah heats up

Viceroy management secured an injunction from the DIFC Courts to prevent any further action by Five Hotels and Resorts, to take control of the hotel’s running. → Read More