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Kate Taylor is a staff writer cover franchises for Entrepreneur.com. Related areas of interest include chain restaurants,
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This former police officer went from working in a former war zone in Bosnia to running a Merry Maids franchise.
In Coca-Cola's new platform for entrepreneurs, Coke brings the money and the cache, while startups (hopefully) help the soda giant reach new markets down the road.
After losing his job on his second day in a new city, Connor Ferguson found a new career in urgent care franchising.
Noncompete agreements are often reserved for executives. Why, then, does this sandwich chain ban entry-level workers from working for competitors for two years?
Lynne Lawson always wanted to be an interior decorator. When she turned 40, she decided it was finally time to leave her career as an IBM exec and take the plunge.
A new study reveals that local affiliates' top reason for avoiding social media and digital advertising is because they are 'too complicated.'
Allow neuroscience to guide your logo design.
Seeking a new chance to be directly involved in others' lives, Page Cole made the career switch from minister to senior care franchisee.
The fast-food chain is tackling rumors about pink slime, McRibs and horse meat with the help of former 'MythBusters' co-host Grant Imahara, in a new ad campaign.
Crumbs Bake Shop
Crumbs is celebrating its reopening under new owners Marcus Lemonis and Fischer Enterprises with 'Crumbnuts' and 'Baissants.'
Maybe Seinfeld's infamous "soup Nazi" knew a little something about entrepreneurship.
Starboard Value has successfully replaced the entire board of Darden Restaurants, parent company of Olive Garden, following months of dispute.
In three years, OsteoStrong has gone from zero to commitments for 500 units in nine states. Here's why this couple signed on to the franchise.
The online retail giant is planning on opening its first brick-and-mortar store in New York City.
Millennials are more plugged in than any other generation. Here are the best ways to reach that growing market.
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