Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor

Staff Writer. Covers franchise-related trends and topics.

Kate Taylor is a staff writer covering franchises for Entrepreneur.com. Related areas of interest include chain restaurants, franchisee profiles and food trends. Get in touch with tips and feedback via email at ktaylor@entrepreneur.com or on Twitter at @Kate_H_Taylor. 

Bringing a New Fitness Franchise to the Pacific Northwest
Franchise Players

Bringing a New Fitness Franchise to the Pacific Northwest

Rick Hascall knew that Workout Anytime would be a hit in Oregon and the surrounding area.
Meet the Renaissance Restaurant Man: Franchisee, Chef, COO
Tastemakers

Meet the Renaissance Restaurant Man: Franchisee, Chef, COO

Shaun Curtis has more than 15 years of experience at Buffalo's Café. So, when he tells you how to make the perfect chicken wing, you listen.
10 Single Mom Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice
Mompreneurs

10 Single Mom Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice

These single mothers, all of whom run successful companies, have learned critical lessons about building a business while raising a family.
What Your Personality Type Says About Your Career Destiny (Infographic)
Personality Type

What Your Personality Type Says About Your Career Destiny (Infographic)

Extroverts tend to make more money than introverts, while imaginative intuitive thinkers are more likely to be entrepreneurs than their realistic sensor counterparts, a study shows.
Mark Zuckerberg and His Wife Are Expecting a Baby Girl
Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg and His Wife Are Expecting a Baby Girl

Priscilla Chan, Zuckerberg's wife of three years, has suffered three miscarriages over the last few years.
Why a Taco Bell in Chicago Is Hiring a Bouncer
Taco Bell

Why a Taco Bell in Chicago Is Hiring a Bouncer

The nation's first boozy Taco Bell is taking steps to prevent underage drinking and stop open containers being taken from the location.
Sorry, New Yorkers: Chicago Has Been Named the No. 1 Pizza City in the U.S.
Pizza

Sorry, New Yorkers: Chicago Has Been Named the No. 1 Pizza City in the U.S.

TripAdvisor users' favorite pizzeria might be in Brooklyn, N.Y., but Chicago is their overall top city to grab a slice.
A Carpet Care Company's Unconventional Path to Franchising
Franchise Players

A Carpet Care Company's Unconventional Path to Franchising

Franchisor, contractors and franchisees worked together to help create MilliCare Textile and Carpet Care franchise.
Good News for Your Inbox: LinkedIn Cuts Back on Annoying Emails
Linkedin

Good News for Your Inbox: LinkedIn Cuts Back on Annoying Emails

The company is decreasing the number of emails it sends to users.
FDA Bans Some Cilantro Imports After Finding Feces and Toilet Paper in Fields
FDA

FDA Bans Some Cilantro Imports After Finding Feces and Toilet Paper in Fields

The polarizing plant has been causing stomach illness outbreaks.
A Father-Son Team That Brings Serious Franchising Experience to a Fresh Pizza Concept
Franchise Players

A Father-Son Team That Brings Serious Franchising Experience to a Fresh Pizza Concept

With more than 30 years in the franchise industry, JD and John Draper felt that Pie Five Pizza was the perfect new concept for the next stage of their careers.
15 Absurdly Wonderful Bacon-Flavored Products
Bacon

15 Absurdly Wonderful Bacon-Flavored Products

From seaweed to vodka, check out these ridiculous porky goods.
How Lewis Howes Grounds Himself to Achieve His Goals
Entrepreneurs

How Lewis Howes Grounds Himself to Achieve His Goals

The former pro-athlete and entrepreneur spells out the steps he takes to achieve his dreams and what entrepreneurs can learn from his success.
You Can No Longer Immediately Export Your Contacts From LinkedIn
Linkedin

You Can No Longer Immediately Export Your Contacts From LinkedIn

The website removed the tool to instantly download connections to an offline file.
McDonald's Turnaround Plan Hasn't Led to Positive Earnings Yet
McDonalds

McDonald's Turnaround Plan Hasn't Led to Positive Earnings Yet

The fast-food giant has a ways to go until it's the 'modern, progressive burger company' of its dreams.