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From gaining customers to developing leadership skills, here's what Entrepreneur readers were watching this year.
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Vik Patel discovered that together, Dunkin' Donuts and The Brass bring the perfect balance to his franchise portfolio.
'The bigger we get, the smaller we need to act,' the burger chain declared in its filing.
A new Indiegogo campaign is attempting to open America's first dog café in Los Angeles.
As Marriott and Hilton seek FCC approval to block guests' from using personal Wi-Fi hotspots, Google and Microsoft have come out against the practice.
After founding a fast casual chicken concept, Stuart Ottinger decided to become a franchisee for a different restaurant chain. Here's why.
Lourdes Villafuerte entered the cleaning business at age 18. Now, she's taking her business to the next level by becoming a Maid Right franchisee.
Check out what China, Indonesia and the Dominican Republic can teach Cuba about franchising.
The Cure Burger – a hamburger topped in eggs, bacon and chili – will be available for one week only, starting on New Year's Day.
Kevin Lee believes that the ratio of teachers to students in America is way off. So, he's doing something about it.
Dennis Marunde's job is making sure that customers have a very merry Christmas, lighting up their homes with holiday decorations.
The founders of Sleeping Baby invented the Zipadee-Zip out of necessity. But their 'Shark Tank' pitch was the result of more than two years of hard work.
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