Staff Writer. Covers franchise-related trends and topics.
Kate Taylor is a staff writer covering franchises for Entrepreneur.com. Related areas of interest include chain restaurants,
franchisee profiles and food trends. Get in touch with tips and feedback via email at email@example.com or on Twitter at @Kate_H_Taylor.
However, the coffee giant says its initiative to start discussions about race is far from over.
The best place to learn how to host a grand opening? Vegas, baby.
As two former Air Force officers, Bob and Barb Rusnak were drawn to Dickey's Barbecue Pit's veteran-friendly business model.
Tipped workers are coming into the spotlight in the minimum wage debate, with Rhode Island considering tripling the minimum wage for those workers.
When Irfan Ali realized that he could open Seva studios in Walmart locations, he was sold on the concept.
A food truck legend and fine-dining restauranteur are trying to build a healthy restaurant that will truly compete with the fast-food biggies in terms of price and customers.
The direct sales model triumphs in the Garden State.
Today, Steve and Dennis Holzwarth are trying to spread the word about a Profile by Sanford location of their own.
Get ready to order coffee on your phone to be delivered fresh to your home.
Franchise owners in Seattle are still on track to be grouped with large businesses under the city's new minimum wage law.
In 2011, Allen Dikker founded a fast-casual chain that is all about potatoes.
The coffee giant's latest plan is to have baristas begin conversations about race with customers, writing 'Race Together' on cups.
Backed by a minimum-wage activist group, employees that suffered severe burns on the job have filed complaints against the chain in 19 cities.
Brandon Pettke became only the eighth HealthSource franchisee in the world when he opened his franchise.
Apparently, no one knows eggs better than Bacon.
Copyright © 2015 Entrepreneur Media, Inc. All rights reserved.
© 2015 Entrepreneur Media, Inc.