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Dunkin' insists its new pastry mashup is no copycat.
In less than four years, Stacy Huston's Handyman Matter franchise location grossed more than a million dollars.
Should Thanksgiving be a day of rest for employees, or should we accept that Black Friday now starts on Thursday?
Stephen Luxion knew CertaPro Painters was the right fit for him because of the tough-love culture, which reminded him of his Air Force roots.
For most U.S. pizza chains, Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest sales day of the year. At Papa Murphy's, it's Halloween. And that's not the only difference.
Maggie Harlow knew plenty about franchising before becoming a franchisee. But, she didn't want to take over the family business.
The U.S. Postal Service got the go-ahead for a market test in San Francisco to deliver groceries in the early morning hours.
Five years ago, Marriette Simoni brought her experience as a real estate and luxury brand entrepreneur to the Johnny Rockets franchise.
Chicken-wings chain Wingstop is plotting a $100 million IPO, according to reports.
Chris Drucquer became a franchisee soon after graduating college. Twenty-two years later, he says he's just getting started.
Thinking they were eating snacks from a new organic restaurant, these food experts couldn't stop singing McNuggets' praises. And, it was all caught on tape.
A full 43 percent of employees are distracted for a sizeable chunk of the workday. Here's what's getting in the way of getting work done.
Individual franchisees can decide whether to charge customers for putting a foam cup around a plastic cup of iced coffee.
Brands including Oreos, Pizza Hut and Wendy's weren't on Moosylvania's list of top millennial brands last year, but they are this year.
Phil Stoops found a career as a Sky Zone franchisee after two decades in corporate America.
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