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After just two years leading the fast-food giant, Don Thompson is being replaced by Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's chief brand officer with experience in the fast-casual business.
The saxophonist and Starbucks investor says he played a role in convincing CEO Howard Schultz to bring the blended drink to Starbucks's menu.
Since 2009, Fares El Sabbagh has helped bring remodeling company Canadian General Contractor to Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and Calgary.
America served up 9 billion burgers last year.
When Bill Aicklen became a WORKOUT ANYTIME franchisee, he refused to be a distant owner.
Many franchisees report that they aren't receiving the guidance they need to effectively advertise online. Here's why that needs to change.
Aaron Anthonsen has done it all. Here's why this veteran decided to become a GYMGUYZ franchisee.
Instead of a chicken sandwich, this woman was given $2,631.
In an effort to heat up customers' appetites for Sofritas, the burrito chain is offering a free entrée of any kind if you buy the organic tofu topping today.
After returning from Iraq, Shaun Garry struggled to find work, until he discovered 2Toots, a restaurant chain that hopes to become the first predominantly veteran owner-operator franchise.
In Franchise Players, Entrepreneur typically highlights successful franchisees. Here's one franchisee who failed – and what he has learned.
The burger chain needs a fresh start in the new year.
For Don Good, working in the family business means working in more than one industry, as a third generation gets ready to take on gas stations, convenience stores and restaurants.
When comedian Kevin Hart mentioned garlic-truffle mayo in an SNL skit parodying modern Bushwick, Empire Mayonnaise decided to make his Brooklyn dream a reality.
Over the last eight years, Gregg Hansen has become the biggest Huddle House franchisee, with 18 locations across the U.S.
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