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Franchise Buying Guide
Franchisors are refranchising their company-owned units and selling them to you. Is that a good thing?
Just what the doctor ordered: a medical billing business
Build a business around tea time . . . and Victorian times.
Yes, but only if your gut (and your due diligence) says so.
Through a partnership with gotajob.com, Ramada is making it easier for franchisees to find employees.
One on One
A former pilot for the Saudi royal family and a girl from Texas find happiness and success with The Maids franchise.
With Fruitfull bars, you'll see the fruits of your labor every day.
The Post Office might be losing money, but you can still profit from decorative mailboxes.
ServiceMaster's new service moves employees away from using check-cashing services.
Formally educated people may make for better franchisees.
As the founder of two successful concepts, a postal service and a photo franchise Tony DeSio offers insight into the past, present and future of franchising.
You've heard the term, but do you know what it means?
Day In The Life
Snip N' Clip franchisee Larry Fox has discovered the best place to manage his stores is in the air.
"Getting the butterflies" can be a good thing.
In the wake of the shakedown, how are dotcom franchises staying afloat?
It's one of the hottest strategies in franchising, but is it really benefiting franchisors and franchisees?
A new Web site helps franchisors and franchisees find services and business solutions.
A franchisor explains why companies are putting two brands under the same roof.
In this age of e-commerce, is auctioning franchises online the next step for franchising?
One on One
This franchisee finds out whether it's still possible to buy into the prestigious fast-food chain.
An ex-corporate exec discusses the advantages of age and experience in buying a franchise.
This new kid on the franchise block says he's more "aggressive" than older franchisees.
How will UPS' purchase of Mail Boxes Etc. affect franchisees?
The Entrepreneur's Source mails pamphlets, postcards--even socks--to prospective franchisees.