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This franchisee worked as a professional cyclist, a cooking show host, a house-flipper and more before finding franchising.
When Unishippers debuted a new national model, Brian Lendin was eager to be one of the company's guinea pigs.
What to consider when weighing a decision to become a franchisee.
We bring you the 97 franchises that ranked at the top of their sector in Entrepreneur's 2014 Franchise 500.
Dave O'Brien is a busy man, serving in the military while running three Pet Supplies Plus locations.
William and Bart Caldwell were able to grow their business fast, thanks to the backing of the right franchisor.
NPC International's net income dropped 77 percent in the first quarter. And it blames Pizza Hut's lack of digital innovation.
Even with 130 Dunkin' Donuts and six Wingstops, these wing kings aren't done yet.
The founders of Cinnaholic want to make their customizable cinnamon rolls a national brand. Here's how they snagged $200,000 on 'Shank Tank.'
If take-and-back pizza franchisees don't know their state's sales tax and food stamps laws, they can lose big.
Don Smith owns Valvoline franchises from coast to coast, with locations in 12 states with more than 1,000 employees.
Burger King is making burgers and fries available during breakfast hours at 5,000 restaurants in the US.
More and more millennials want to be entrepreneurs, but few describe franchising as their dream business. Here's how Subway is trying to change that.
Social media is a key way for franchisees to promote their business. Here are 12 big do's and don'ts.
McDonald's is mixing up its classic fries, testing shake-in seasoning packets.
Subway's vision of America's future: hummus, thinner slices of meat and 8,000 new U.S. shops.
Over one year after Hurricane Sandy, this Junkluggers franchisee is still helping his community recover.
This franchisee went from carpet cleaner to a top Rainbow International franchisee over the course of 27 years.
Hector Rodriguez tried to make on his own in the world of business. Then he realized as a franchisee he didn't have to work without support.
They came to the U.S. from China, Grenada, India, Haiti, Nigeria and the former Soviet Union. Now they own businesses in food service and product sales -- and helping other startups. See how they landed launch capital and met challenges.
In West Texas, mosquitoes are a constant curse. So, when Chad Armstrong opened a Mosquito Joe franchise, he knew he'd get plenty of business.
Sergio Nunez made a living washing dishes, delivering milk, making hotel beds, working in construction and more before becoming a franchisee.
Being one of the few women in the house-painting business hasn't scared off this ProTect Painters franchisee.
When this Homewatch CareGivers franchisee entered a crowded local market, he focused on the niche instead of the common.
Arnie Williams worked in the franchise industry on the corporate level for 27 years before investing in his own franchise.
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