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TGI Fridays in the U.K. has launched drones to force customers to make out. They even have a 'kiss cam' to scope out the action.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey announced today that the mobile payments company is now localized for 130 internationally currencies.
As a Hand & Stone spa franchisee, Julie Bulatovic spearheaded a program to provide oncology treatments to people with cancer and their families.
Desigual is hosting an 'Undie Party' where the first 100 customers who show up wearing only their underwear on Nov. 25 receive a free outfit.
With an upcoming national rollout, dead battery anxiety is soon to be a thing of the past -- as long as you're near a Starbucks.
Elon Musk has hinted that Tesla may be considering a departure from the direct sales model, something industry insiders consider inevitable.
When Chad Ragland heard the restaurant's owners were selling their Wild Wing Cafe location, he knew he had to take action.
Fast Casual Restaurants
Shake Shack's founder Daniel Meyer, billionaire Steve Case and other investors are sold on the healthy, seasonal fast-casual.
Mergers and Acquisitions
In 2008, Ruth's Hospitality Group bought Mitchell's Fish Market for $92 million. Then, the recession hit.
Crumbs Bake Shop
With a new owner at the helm, the cupcake chain is continuing its post-bankruptcy comeback by introducing ice cream and more gluten-free products.
Working as an artist instructor at a Pinot's Palette studio convinced Emma Harvey to establish her own location.
The star of CNBC's 'The Profit' explains why small businesses should stay away from Black Friday and advises on what to look for in a seasonal worker.
The chocolate industry already can't keep up with how much we want to eat, and it's only getting worse.
The original meal replacement company says it won't take legal action, but discouraged the knockoff from trying to compete.
A burger topped with berries is the latest of Burger King Japan's bizarre fast food offerings.
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