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Ernest & Young Selects 21 Austin and 3 San Antonio Entrepreneurs as Finalists for its Entrepreneur of the Year 2024 Gulf South Award


The Gulf South program honors 48 entrepreneurs from Central and South Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Ernst & Young LLP has announced the finalists for the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2024 Gulf South Award featuring 21 Austin entrepreneurs and 3 San Antonio entrepreneurs.

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What is a Social Enterprise?

Up and Running

L3Cs were first formed in 2008, and are currently only legal in Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming, as well as the federal jurisdictions of the Crow Indian Nation of Montana, and the Oglala Sioux Tribe. Maryland was the first U.S. state to adopt this structure in 2010.


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5 Big Problems Faced By Small-To-Medium US Manufacturers


The management team decided to ask the AJ Weller Corporation, a 25-year old company from Shreveport, Louisiana, for help because it had a developed a sterling reputation for solving apparently intractable wear problems.

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Founder Interview: RedMane Technology’s Tony Lakier

The Startup Magazine

The State of Louisiana was our first major win. In 2000, Louisiana gave our five-person company (at that time) a multimillion-dollar contract to implement a mission-critical system. Louisiana is still a client and great reference for RedMane today! Describe RedMane’s pivot point, and its impact on the company?

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IBM: Where Corporate Responsibility is Not a Trend, but a Lifestyle

Austin Startup

IBM Consultants Arlinda Lott, Sandy Dochen, and Natalie Rubin Lott and Rubin, along with Sandy Dochen, IBM’s Manager of Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs for Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas, provided the guidance and stewardship that produced a strategic growth plan for Latinitas that will define future chapter models for the agency, improve (..)

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Hyperbolic Headlines About Silicon Valley

Feld Thoughts

Kind of entertaining that Netscape led us to Monroe, Louisiana. Blink four times if you are still here and followed all of that. Now, go read Ian Hathaway’s post titled Silicon Valley is Not Over. He nails it. Dan Primack waded in with a tweet.

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What Are The Statutes Of Limitations And Why Are They Important? 


1 year – Kentucky; Louisiana; Tennessee . Other than personal injury, the statutes of limitations also apply to other civil cases in Florida: . 2 years – Libel or slander; professional malpractice . 4 years – Injury to person or personal property; fraud; trespassing; oral contracts . 5 years – Contracts (written); foreign judgments .