News and Articles About Cupcakes
Lemonis Fischer's $6.5 million bid for the cupcake chain went unchallenged by the public, meaning the final sale of the company is less than a week away.
The recently shuttered cupcake chain could stay open with financing help from an investor group.
A week after being delisted from Nasdaq, Crumbs has abruptly closed all 65 locations nationwide.
Reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated, say the duo behind one of the nation's leading cupcakeries.
The largest cupcake chain in the U.S. is set to delist, after failing to meet stockholder equity requirement.
After helping Sweet Arleen's win its third challenge on the Food Network show 'Cupcake Wars,' the cupcake chain's front-of-house manager opened a franchise of his own.
The founders of Cinnaholic want to make their customizable cinnamon rolls a national brand. Here's how they snagged $200,000 on 'Shank Tank.'
A budding entrepreneur in Illinois had her business featured by local press. That's when the trouble started.
A Chicago cupcake companyâs experience offers lessons on renovating an affordable, but neglected retail space.
Nothing can catapult a business into the big time like staring in a reality TV show. We check in with one young entrepreneur who scored a win on 'Cupcake Wars.'
On the day Crumbs Bake Shop begins trading on Nasdaq, here's a look at some of its inventive competitors.
Entrepreneur Magazine's April Innovator and cover story profile shares her thoughts on inspiration, innovation and launching a business in a downturn.
Marlo Scott transcended the whole sticky-sweet cupcake trend with a genius concept--serve them with booze!
How a gourmet cupcake shop drove sales using social media without driving away customers -- and how you can, too.
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