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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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Sixteen years ago, Ken Adair became one of the first franchisees to bring Pirtek to America.
The restauranteur and hospitality guru believes the future of food is in 'fine casual.'
Bouncing back from failure is a key skill for entrepreneurs – and one that takes practice.
Linda Morgan reveals why she and her son-in-law Russ Rissman sold their Subway locations to open up 14 Tropical Smoothie Cafes.
Calling all introverts, extroverts, and everything in between: here's what your personality type says about what kind of job suits you best.
Coming to the U.S. as refugees Van and Huy Phan already knew the power of hard work and taking risks when they opened their Goddard School location.
Congress joins the franchising industry in seeking explanations.
Nostalgic memories helped inspire Michael and Logan Moore decided to open a Ritter's Frozen Custard of their own.
With a new customizable burger platform and minimum wage on the agenda, McDonald's image revamp may end up costing franchisees.
Business partners John Jarvis and Mike Confalone spill on the challenges and triumphs of running a TITLE Boxing Club.
The fast-food chain rolled out a new antibiotics policy in an effort to mend its reputation.
Getty Images teams up with the cast of the upcoming film 'Unfinished Business.'
As a Get In Shape For Women franchisee, Leigh Hometh gets to help other women get healthy.
Smartwatches and beacons and telepathy, oh my!
Get that free short stack.
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