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The star of CNBC's 'The Profit' explains why small businesses should stay away from Black Friday and advises on what to look for in a seasonal worker.
The chocolate industry already can't keep up with how much we want to eat, and it's only getting worse.
The original meal replacement company says it won't take legal action, but discouraged the knockoff from trying to compete.
A burger topped with berries is the latest of Burger King Japan's bizarre fast food offerings.
After 34 years in the restaurant industry, Bryan Rhodes decided to open his own Window Genie franchise.
Here's how this former NFL player became a Snap Fitness franchise owner.
The pizza chain just added a boatload of new menu items and revamped its website, logo and employee uniforms. Will franchisees be able to keep up with all the change?
Interns triumphed over the publisher in a class-action lawsuit brought by thousands of former interns from magazines like Vogue and the New Yorker.
If you are a veteran interested in franchising, you have until January to apply for 7-Eleven's free franchise giveaway contest.
One would think raising three kids and acting as CMO for a tech startup would be enough of a challenge, but Riza Ayson wanted more.
This year, stores are opening up shop earlier than ever on Black Friday. Check out how retail giants like Kmart, Walmart and Target are planning to start off the holiday sales season.
At age 26, Paul Dalrymple decided to open a Buffalo's Cafe with a business partner who would eventually become his father-in-law. They now co-own five locations.
The 880-calorie 'Poutine a la Burger' features poutine topped with chopped beef patties, mustard, ketchup and pickles.
The new reader is available for pre-sale, as the U.S. prepares to say goodbye to magnetic-stripe cards.
Keith Orr says the principles he and other veterans learn in the military help make them ideal franchisees.
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