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Vietnamese sandwich concept Banh Shop promises to change its logo after Vietnamese-Americans called out Taco Bell's parent company for the red star design.
When Nathan Coombs retired from the military, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen's company culture convinced him that the franchise was the right fit.
Nearly 70 percent of millennials experience 'fear of missing out' – and it's influencing their purchasing decisions.
FedEx and UPS are looking ahead to a busy holiday season as ecommerce thrives.
Even though Steve Ferguson works with an established concept as a U.S. Lawns franchisee, his relationship building skills have helped him land $1 million in annual billings.
Food porn no more? A new study shows that when people actually ate a snack after studying dozens of pictures of food they enjoyed it less.
Your right to write angry Yelp reviews may soon become law.
When Paul Danylik opened up an ice cream franchise, he knew he'd have to deal with regulation. He just didn't know how much.
As Starbucks considers revising its visible tattoo ban, we ask you: Do you think tattoos are important self-expression or unprofessional in the workplace?
Starboard Value published a snarky, almost 300-page presentation telling Darden Restaurants how to mend the struggling Olive Garden brand.
Opening a franchise is very different than working in corporate America – and that's a good thing, according to this franchisee.
Looking into buying a franchise? If you're taking out loans, avoid these big-name franchises.
The burger chain may be getting ready to open a new front in the fast-food wars.
Burger King Japan is rolling out a burger that's treated with bamboo charcoal to give its cheese and buns and unnaturally dark shade.
The mega-successful burrito chain says it probably won't go the franchising route. Here's why that's a smart move.
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