Jason Daley lives and writes in Madison, Wisconsin. His work regularly appears in Popular Science, Outside and other magazines.
Loyalty and ambition drive a U.S. success story.
With affordable pricing, convenient locations and online scheduling systems, franchising is making health and beauty services accessible to all.
A Canadian franchise is taking poutine to the next gut-busting level.
Low-cost franchises are proving lucrative for those willing to put the time and energy into building them up.
ApplePie Capital serves up a fresh financing model.
MaxOut Strength Systems went through a serious rough period.
Former Hooters owner is back in business at Twin Peaks.
A staffing franchise helps U.S. employers keep pace with a just-in-time work force.
Australians are franchise fanatics -- and their eyes are on U.S. expansion.
While his employees performed community services, the restaurant owner performed a charitable act of his own.
Sometimes, even the most trusted brands may find themselves in need of an extreme makeover.
After 30 years, a savvy business owner switched tactics, and things are going along swimmingly.
Blo, an international franchise, attracted the attention of Gwyneth Paltrow and others.
MakeSpace is thinking outside the box when it comes to storage.
Once in the minority, multi-unit franchisees control more than 75 percent of franchised restaurants.