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When David Meldrum came out of retirement to become a Checkers franchisee, he did so in an uncharted territory for the brand: Las Vegas.
Jeff Emmer predicted a huge industry shift coming in the senior care industry. So, he decided to become a ComForcare franchisee himself.
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Daniela Stanoycheva is planning on attending Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall, thanks to a scholarship from JAN-PRO.
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Vik Patel discovered that together, Dunkin' Donuts and The Brass bring the perfect balance to his franchise portfolio.
'The bigger we get, the smaller we need to act,' the burger chain declared in its filing.
A new Indiegogo campaign is attempting to open America's first dog café in Los Angeles.
As Marriott and Hilton seek FCC approval to block guests' from using personal Wi-Fi hotspots, Google and Microsoft have come out against the practice.
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