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In a new commercial in Spain, Burger King tricked apartment seekers into stumbling upon a surprise pop-up restaurant located in an apartment.
Papa John's became the first pizza chain to sustain more than 50 percent total online sales, but Domino's and Pizza Hut aren't far behind.
When George Sagadencky found himself filling out his resume for the first time in his life at age 50, he began looking into franchising. He didn't like what he saw.
With fresh design and craft beers, AC Hotels hopes to convince 20-somethings to start booking rooms.
In a mistletoe drone incident gone awry, TGI Friday's made a bloody mess in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Best friends since high school, Randy Vlasic and Alex Veinot always dreamed of opening a business together. Now, they're living the dream.
Can you guess where people use social media to self-promote the most, and where the humblest people in America live? Take a look.
McDonald's same-store sales fell 2.2 percent in November, even worse than analysts' expectations. Here are four ways to end the slump.
As president of CiCi's Pizza, Craig Moore learned plenty about franchising. That's why he bought a Nothing Bundt Cakes franchise.
David Olmo left a career in construction to open a location of Sloan's Ice Cream, an over-the-top sweets shop.
Starbucks just opened a deluxe location with a behind-the-scenes look at the process of making premium coffee.
Chris Garrido needed to both promote his company and explain what it meant when he became a Mobile Gaming Revolution franchisee.
The Tex-Mex chain is planning on adding 1,300 new locations overseas by 2023.
Following in the bizarre mashup tradition of Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Tacos, Pizza Hut is adding Doritos to its pies in Australia.
Tired of being "treated like a moron" when she went to the auto repair shop, Sherry Rector decided to open an Honest-1 Auto Care franchise of her own.
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