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Franchise Players: I Went From Franchisor to Retiree to Franchisee
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Franchise Players: I Went From Franchisor to Retiree to Franchisee

When Kurt Kittleson came out of retirement, it was to become the franchisee of a brand he knew very well: the company he founded decades earlier.
Franchise Players: How This Seasoned Franchisee Revived 3 Struggling Baskin-Robbins Locations
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Franchise Players: How This Seasoned Franchisee Revived 3 Struggling Baskin-Robbins Locations

Just one year after Binoy Kothari bought three underperforming Baskin-Robbins, he was able to turn a profit. Now, he's buying more.
Franchise Players: Playing to My Strengths as a Franchisee, Not a Salesman
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Franchise Players: Playing to My Strengths as a Franchisee, Not a Salesman

Ken Chaffee knew he could be a great OpenWorks franchisee, because the position allowed him to manage employees, not make sales.
The Dirty Little Secrets Lurking in Your Franchise Contract
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The Dirty Little Secrets Lurking in Your Franchise Contract

A real estate professional with multiple offices discovers critical terms of her business arrangement the hard way.
Franchise Players: How I Opened 20 Jersey Mike's Subs in Three Years
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Franchise Players: How I Opened 20 Jersey Mike's Subs in Three Years

This former Domino's Pizza driver plans to open 10 Jersey Mike's locations this year alone. Here's how he does it.
Franchise Players: A Former JAG Officer on Finding the Right Fit
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Franchise Players: A Former JAG Officer on Finding the Right Fit

Lorna Ross knew she wanted to run her own business. With the help of a franchise consultant, she was able to become a ShelfGenie franchisee with confidence.
California Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Expand Franchisee Rights
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California Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Expand Franchisee Rights

Franchisors and franchisees are divided over the veto of a California bill that would make it more difficult to terminate franchise agreements.
Franchise Players: A Franchising Power Couple on Making Tough Decisions
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Franchise Players: A Franchising Power Couple on Making Tough Decisions

This husband-wife duo doesn't believe there is such thing as working too hard, as co-franchisees of two BrightStar Care franchises.
Einstein Bros. Parent Sold for $364.5 Million in Bagel Buyout
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Einstein Bros. Parent Sold for $364.5 Million in Bagel Buyout

JAB Holding is taking the bagel company Einstein Noah private for the price of $20.25 per share.
Franchise Players: From Translator to Franchisee at a Tax Franchise
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Franchise Players: From Translator to Franchisee at a Tax Franchise

Dulce Cuevas has worked nearly every position possible at Liberty Tax: translator, bilingual tax preparer, tax school instructor, manager and finally multi-unit franchisee.
Flat Year for Fast-Food Is Bad News for the Restaurant Business
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Flat Year for Fast-Food Is Bad News for the Restaurant Business

While fine dining visits were up 3 percent from last year, quick-service restaurants fell flat.
Another Hack: Jimmy John's Is the Latest Chain to Suffer a Data Breach
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Another Hack: Jimmy John's Is the Latest Chain to Suffer a Data Breach

Approximately 216 Jimmy John's stores have been affected in the latest of a growing number of hacking incidents.
Franchise Players: From Waiting Tables to Running a Healthy Vending Machine Franchise
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Franchise Players: From Waiting Tables to Running a Healthy Vending Machine Franchise

After working his way up from waiter to franchise owner at Outback Steakhouse, Cecil Tyrell Whisenton decided to try his hand at healthy vending franchising.
Franchise Industry Strikes Back at NLRB's 'Joint Employer' Decision
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Franchise Industry Strikes Back at NLRB's 'Joint Employer' Decision

The NLRB's recent ruling has the potential to tear the franchise model apart at the seams. So, franchisors and franchisees are taking action.
Franchise Players: A Layoff Leads to a New Job as Franchisee
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Franchise Players: A Layoff Leads to a New Job as Franchisee

Kevin Ortner became Renters Warehouse first franchisee because he believed the young company could bring something fresh to the industry.
Starbucks Tests Coffee That Tastes Like Beer
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Starbucks Tests Coffee That Tastes Like Beer

Forget Pumpkin Spiced Lattes. Starbucks's newest beverage is closer in taste to Guinness.
Franchise Players: A Junk Franchise That Only Sells to Veteran Franchisees
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Franchise Players: A Junk Franchise That Only Sells to Veteran Franchisees

JDog Junk Removal has one big prerequisite for every potential franchisee: they must be a military veteran.
Fast-Food Giants' Top Cheese Supplier Embroiled in Shocking Animal Abuse Scandal
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Fast-Food Giants' Top Cheese Supplier Embroiled in Shocking Animal Abuse Scandal

Animal rights activists released a graphic video showing workers whipping, kicking and punching cows at a farm responsible for the cheese at Domino's, Pizza Hut and Papa John's.
Franchise Players: Why a Fro-Yo Franchise Was the Right Fit for This Single Mother of Six
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Franchise Players: Why a Fro-Yo Franchise Was the Right Fit for This Single Mother of Six

Looking for a way to support her six kids as a single mom, Nusha Pelicano discovered Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt by chance.
Taco Bell's New Sister Restaurant Apologizes for 'Communist' Logo
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Taco Bell's New Sister Restaurant Apologizes for 'Communist' Logo

Vietnamese sandwich concept Banh Shop promises to change its logo after Vietnamese-Americans called out Taco Bell's parent company for the red star design.
Before You Jump Into the World of Franchises, Ask Yourself These 5 Questions
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Before You Jump Into the World of Franchises, Ask Yourself These 5 Questions

Think proven concept, not big brand, when buying a franchise.
Franchise Players: Finding a Franchise With a 'Family' Feel
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Franchise Players: Finding a Franchise With a 'Family' Feel

When Nathan Coombs retired from the military, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen's company culture convinced him that the franchise was the right fit.
Franchise Players: Franchising Instead of 'Reinventing the Wheel'
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Franchise Players: Franchising Instead of 'Reinventing the Wheel'

Even though Steve Ferguson works with an established concept as a U.S. Lawns franchisee, his relationship building skills have helped him land $1 million in annual billings.
5 of the Wackiest Fast-Food Lawsuits Ever
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5 of the Wackiest Fast-Food Lawsuits Ever

Some of these lawsuits are hard to swallow, but justice can be sweet.
Franchise Players: The Confusing Realities of Regulation
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Franchise Players: The Confusing Realities of Regulation

When Paul Danylik opened up an ice cream franchise, he knew he'd have to deal with regulation. He just didn't know how much.
Do You Let Employees Show Their Tattoos? Starbucks Doesn't - But That May Change.
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Do You Let Employees Show Their Tattoos? Starbucks Doesn't - But That May Change.

As Starbucks considers revising its visible tattoo ban, we ask you: Do you think tattoos are important self-expression or unprofessional in the workplace?
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