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After retiring from the NFL, Troy Williamson decided to open a Which Wich restaurant in Aiken, S.C., where he grew up.
Burger King and Tim Hortons announced on Monday that they are discussion a merger, with Burger King corporate potentially moving to Canada.
Pizza Hut's latest Japanese commercial campaign stars incredibly cute cat employees at a fictional pizza joint.
The International Franchise Association claims Seattle's new minimum wage law discriminates against franchisees, and says it's all one labor union's fault.
While the majority of people are watching their weight, a surprising number say they stop counting calories when dining out, a new study says.
With 21 franchise locations in seven states, John Russell understands that just because different locations are under the same brand doesn't mean they are identical.
After becoming an Anago franchisee in Florida, Gloria Columna became the franchise's sole master franchisee in Puerto Rico, where she grew up.
Affordable, streamlined and closing in on 1,000 locations – can Chris Rondeau turn Planet Fitness into a mega-chain of McGyms?
Lemonis Fischer's $6.5 million bid for the cupcake chain went unchallenged by the public, meaning the final sale of the company is less than a week away.
Here's why Colleen McKenna became a Welcomemat Services franchisee after a 25 year career in PR and communications.
After 19 years as a professor at the University of Portland, Dr. Mind Hsu turned his hobby of tutoring into a second career.
On Monday, Taco Bell launched its first ever dollar menu, with advertising that looked as cheap as the tacos.
Sources say the burger chain is preparing to go public, cashing in on the fast-casual trend.
New California legislation makes it more difficult for franchisors to terminate franchise agreements and easier for franchisees to sell their locations.
After finding himself out of a job, Eddie Warren turned his automotive skills and love for cars into a career.
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