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Kate Taylor is a staff writer cover franchises for Entrepreneur.com. Related areas of interest include chain restaurants,
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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.
The Savoie family serves their community through entrepreneurship, whether they are running restaurants or operating Executive Care franchises.
A snapshot of the restaurant and retail chains that are serving up Veterans Day deals to those who have served our country.
The supplier of McDonald's French Fries just got the green light from the Department of Agriculture to commercially plant genetically-modified potatoes that resists bruising and produces less of a chemical that may cause cancer when fried.
Even though McDonald's same-stores sales declined in October, the fast-food chain was able to beat analysts' expectations.
Jerry Lewin discovered franchising as a new way to help people, while continuing his work as a pastor.
Just as meat prices are peaking, Arby's is rebranding to go back to the meaty basics. Sorry, vegetarians.
30 million people - young and old, men and women, part-time and full-time -- work as freelancers or independent workers in America.
When Bobby Calvillo realized the Affordable Home of South Texas didn't have the funds to build the homes low-income families needed, he took matters into his own hands.
Jason Mann was drawn to Planet Smoothie by the enthusiastic employees, tasty smoothies and an overflowing trashcan of straw wrappers. Here's why.
The southern restaurant chain is aiming to go public while chicken and restaurant IPOs are hot.
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