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As a Sylvan Learning Center franchisee, Tony Brogan has learned how to guide an business dedicated to spreading knowledge.
It only seems right that Burger King foot the bill for the wedding of Joel Burger and Ashley King after their engagement announcement went viral.
Naomi Cotrone already had six years of experience in the in-home care industry prior to opening a Right at Home franchise.
Insiders from Food Network's new show 'Food Fortunes' spill on how to make investors bite.
In sports and in business, Jeremy Bloom says the most important trait of a team member is constructive leadership.
Jason and Michele Serkin were fans for Famous Toastery before they became franchisees.
Tax and legal expert Mark Kohler says small businesses need to know what their health-care options are or they won't get the proper writeoffs.
Is the fast-casual-influenced Super Chix a Chick-fil-A knockoff or a serious contender?
April Fools Day
After receiving an enthusiastic response for the fictional Cricket Milkshake, Wayback Burgers decided to make the protein-rich prank a reality.
The pay hike will not directly impact workers at franchised locations, which comprise 90 percent of the chain's U.S. restaurants.
Taylor Swift isn't just a singer and songwriter. She is one of the sharpest businesswomen in the business.
A new study shows that, on any given day, children are nearly 20 percent less likely to eat fast food than they were seven years prior.
After her mother's sudden death, Brittany Nguyen knew she needed to take on the responsibility of running her Children's Orchard franchise.
After extensive criticism, Gov. Mike Pence says he now wants to pass legislation clarifying that a recent law does not permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
The pizza chain's transition to the 'Flavor of Now' hasn't been a smooth one.
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