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Kate Taylor is a staff writer covering franchises for Entrepreneur.com. Related areas of interest include chain restaurants,
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As state fairs reveal their food lineups for 2015, the highlights include deep-fried Starbucks, bacon explosions and mac-and-cheese cupcakes.
The muralist says that after a potential deal with the coffee giant fell through, Starbucks designed cups inspired by her art anyway.
For Pete Wilson, Window Genie is a new way to serve his community.
Can a trendy grain become a trendy baby name? BJ's Restaurants thinks so.
In the fast-food industry, all-natural is in.
For 21 years, Dave and Jerry Kahn have adapted and thrived as PostNet franchisees.
Martha Stewart may be 73, but with drones, 3-D printing and a Kardashian connection, she's staying sharp in 2015.
Kevin and Denise Brauer took time to examine their options before becoming Storm Guard Exterior Restoration franchisees.
You know the teal-and-purple 'Jazz' cup design, but you probably don't know how it came about.
Based in California, Bottoms Up Espresso is just beginning to franchise.
The dating startup boom mean dozens of new ways to find both romantic and business partners.
Restaurant franchises might be some of the best known in the industry, but that's not the only way to franchise.
La Boulange's pastries are staying on the menu, but its 23 locations are closing up shop.
When looking for business opportunities for some of his clients, Allan Boomer found one for himself.
The burrito chain's latest on its journey to an all-natural menu: the tortilla.
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