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Dusty King is both a loving father and a devoted BlueGrace Logistics franchisee.
In 9 years, Vincent Lee took a small janitorial business and turned it into a franchise that provides services for huge companies including Nike and FedEx.
For pizza chains, the day before Thanksgiving is one of the five busiest days of the year.
Shahid Hashmi is an entrepreneur through and through, as the franchisee of 40 Popeye's, two Burger Kings and one ZIPS Dry Cleaning.
The company is closing a whopping 13 percent of its restaurants in Germany following an undercover report that exposed the locations' expired food, sanitary violations and bad working conditions.
Small Business Saturday
As small businesses claim the Saturday after Black Friday, local restaurants are getting in on the action.
This husband and wife duo already own 16 Subway franchises. Now, they're expanding into the Asian grill market.
Don't want to spend Thanksgiving in the kitchen? Find out which restaurant chains are branching out to serve turkey – or turkey ice cream cake -- this year.
For Lindsay Dellasega, EcoMaids is the perfect combination of sustainable living and entrepreneurship.
This franchisee coaches others to follow in her entrepreneurial footsteps.
Atlanta-based Church's Chicken is hopping onto the fast-food mashup bandwagon for the first time.
Some of the best advice for those looking to buy a franchise comes from those who have done it themselves. Here's your chance to help.
This golden retriever may not win any canine competitions, but he found much more significant rewards doing things his own way.
TGI Fridays in the U.K. has launched drones to force customers to make out. They even have a 'kiss cam' to scope out the action.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey announced today that the mobile payments company is now localized for 130 internationally currencies.
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