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The Cronut craze isn't dying down.
Angel and Anne Marie Ramos's path to becoming successful dry cleaning franchisees is like no one else's in the business.
Franchise industry leaders are lobbying to preserve the existing joint employer definition, in contrast to the National Labor Relations Board's recent decisions.
Jeff and Nancy Huguet had a long history of assisting their elderly neighbors even before they opened their Nurse Next Door franchise.
The hacking group 'Cyber Caliphate' has hijacked another victim on social media.
Amazon Giveway hopes to make online giveaways easy – and get more hosts to buy and give away Amazon products.
Jon-Anthony and Clarissa didn't plan on going into business together. But, when they did, they realized they were a perfect fit as partners.
When Pharrell showed up onstage dressed like a bellhop, Hilton Hotels had a sassy tweet ready.
McDonald's global sales dropped almost 2 percent in January, even though same-store sales rose in the U.S. for the first time in more than a year.
With Tim living in Alabama and Marie living in Chicago, this duo manages both a long-distance marriage and business partnership as Marco's Pizza franchisees.
Michael Knobelock isn't just one of the largest Church's Chicken franchisees. He also owns Little Caesars, Sears and Captain D's locations.
After success with chains such as Subway and Chick-fil-A, Vani Hari is taking on the cereal industry.
Burrito-loving poets took to Twitter and Facebook in hopes of winning a free meal for two.
In a year in which Gary and Jeanne Bracken faced Jeanne's battle with breast cancer and Gary's downsizing from an executive position, the couple pressed ahead with their new CertaPro Painters franchise.
Before becoming a FranNet franchisee, Stacy Swift talked to franchisees who loved the company – and franchisees who weren't doing so well.
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