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Kate Taylor is a staff writer covering franchises for Entrepreneur.com. Related areas of interest include chain restaurants,
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For Leslie Kuban, franchising offered a way to be her own boss without taking on the same risks of starting her own business.
As the joint employer battles causes waves throughout the franchise industry, a new Tennessee law affirms franchisor and franchisee employees as separate entities.
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the chain is hosting its first ever Free Jamba Giveaway on April 23.
El Pollo Loco's executive chef spills on crafting dozens of new menu items a year and transforming the chain from a fast-food joint into something more.
Did you expect Elon Musk to write Kanye West's bio? What about Martha Stewart covering the importance of Kim Kardashian?
The man who help found the fast-food joint 51 years ago says that prices will shoot up if workers' pay increases.
When looking for a franchise, Jud Cook wanted a company that recognized the importance of service and family.
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A new way to split the check when you're splitting a pizza.
If you don't have a 401(k) because you are banking on your business to fund your retirement, tax expert Mark Kohler says it's time to reevaluate your retirement plan.
Earl Wise opened a Famous Sams Hair Salon as a way to make extra income, but it became much more than that when he lost his job as an auto industry executive.
The entrepreneur ultimately only pranked himself when he failed to follow through on his fictional 'Music Box' concept.
Critics told UT Patel that he was too young to open his own franchise at age 30. So, he made it his mission to prove them wrong.
A recent insider panel offered clues on what VCs are looking for and stressed the importance of being being backed by a good team. Catch the full video here.
Two years ago, Ted Jastemski left his job as a dean for the Art Institute of Tampa to become a Chem-Dry franchisee. Here's why.
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