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Anthony Ackil, co-founder of the farm-to-table fast food company, tells us why local fast food needn't be an oxymoron.
Yelpers argue that their lack of payment for reviews is exploitative unpaid labor, comparing practices to a 'galley slave ship.'
For these businesses, Halloween is about more than trick or treating, with deals designed to pull costumed customers into restaurants.
Burger King's net income surged in the third quarter due to its franchising strategy and heavily-hyped products.
Unreal Candy's natural treats are a fast-growing success.
From investing in cloud-based coffee brewers to opening a tea shop, Starbucks has been on an innovation tear. Here's a look at the coffee chain's latest developments.
With clients like Starbucks, Yoplait and Betty Crocker, DINE marketing president Chris Cornyn offers up business advice for entrepreneurs -- foodies and all.
McDonalds franchisees have long protested the burger chain's pricing moves. Will the new 'Dollar Menu & More' provide a solution?
A month after introducing healthier snacks to its stores, 7-Eleven has added pricey wines to its shelves in the hopes of attracting a younger crowd.
The franchise industry created over 15,000 new jobs in September, according to the ADP National Franchise Report.
As the government shutdown stretches on, some franchisees find themselves lacking customers and in need of frozen SBA loans.
Ben Hewitt created the Corkcicle to ensure "perfectly chilled wine every time."
Private businesses located on national parks and in federal buildings face substantial losses during government shutdown. How should owners react?
Potbelly more than doubled during its first day of trading, securing a spot as one of the top IPO debuts of 2013.
The online grocer and the crowdfunding site are collaborating on the 'Next Big Food Thing,' a contest to find the coolest new food-related innovation.
Potbelly has seen rapid growth, and franchises should become a bigger part of the mix after the IPO.
Burger King is rolling out less-fattening French fries called 'Satisfries' but will still keep its traditional fries on the menu.
Two franchises are seeing rapid growth by offering consumers convenient and nutritious snacks in high-tech vending machines.
Chili's is furnishing restaurants with tabletop tablets, hoping to drive sales and speed up the payment process.
Mike Diamond (aka the Beastie Boys' Mike D), celebrity chef Sam Talbot and designer/hotelier Robert McKinley address the continuing needs of the economically devastated New York beach community by transitioning their Rockaway Plate Lunch Truck from a relief effort into a sustainable business and mentoring program.
Krispy Kreme's celebration of Talk Like a Pirate Day is attracting traffic both online and in the franchise's stores.
While the Slurpee will remain, the convenience franchise is now offering healthier snack options such as organic trail mix and soy nuts.
Stemming from the nation's current obsession with kale are some important lessons for business owners about how to latch onto trends.
Getting creative and surprising about what your restaurant menu offers is one way to set yourself apart from the competition.
Freshfully started as a virtual marketplace for finding local food. When connecting buyers with their farm-fresh fare proved tricky, the Alabama startup shifted to a traditional street-side model.
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