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'We will make food so cheap only the rich will cook,' says Soylent founder Rob Rhinehart regarding the investment.
Don Grindle left corporate America to become the first person to buy a Money Pages franchise.
A new report shows corporate travelers are increasingly relying on the ridesharing service, posing a threat to both traditional taxi and rental-car companies.
A restaurant in central China is offering free meals to the 50 most beautiful customers who walk through the doors every day, as judged by a panel of local plastic surgeons.
The burrito chain suspended purchases from a major pork supplier after an audit revealed it had failed to comply with Chipotle's standards for treatment of animals.
Chris Cole saw a career-boosting opportunity with Brightway Insurance to open an independent insurance agency.
As the gluten-free movement grows, the chain is jumping on the bandwagon with a pizza that is certified gluten-free.
You know you're a '90s kid if companies are trying to win you over through memories of your childhood.
Keshuv Aggarwal's family own and operates more than 50 Subway restaurants. Here's why he expanded into the chicken wing business.
A California judge ruled that only Massage Envy franchisees – not the corporate franchisor – are responsible for wage violations, in contrast to recent National Labor Relations Board decisions.
Anna Shmukler says it was fate that brought her to Instant Imprints. Here's how she became a franchisee after 30 years in the engineering field.
Mike Druce has been a franchisee for Academy of Learning College for six years, but he's far from done growing.
Sour flavors, vegetable mashups, a ramen renaissance and more extreme food trends are on tap for this year.
Lorrie Leary and Mike Coon could not have guessed that searching for pretzels to snack on would lead to them becoming franchisees.
Starting this summer, Styrofoam takeout containers and packing peanuts will no longer be allowed in the city.
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