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After Being Diagnosed With Cancer, This Entrepreneur Decided to Go Into Business With His Dad
Franchise Players

After Being Diagnosed With Cancer, This Entrepreneur Decided to Go Into Business With His Dad

Nostalgic memories helped inspire Michael and Logan Moore decided to open a Ritter's Frozen Custard of their own.
Kate Taylor
McDonald's Makeover Promises to Be Pricey for Franchisees
McDonalds

McDonald's Makeover Promises to Be Pricey for Franchisees

With a new customizable burger platform and minimum wage on the agenda, McDonald's image revamp may end up costing franchisees.
Kate Taylor
Why These Two Boxing Club Franchisees Picked Franchising as a Path to Entrepreneurial Success
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Why These Two Boxing Club Franchisees Picked Franchising as a Path to Entrepreneurial Success

Business partners John Jarvis and Mike Confalone spill on the challenges and triumphs of running a TITLE Boxing Club.
Kate Taylor
McDonald's Takes a Cue From Chipotle With Latest Menu Change
Sustainability

McDonald's Takes a Cue From Chipotle With Latest Menu Change

The fast-food chain rolled out a new antibiotics policy in an effort to mend its reputation.
Kate Taylor
How Getting Fit Inspired Me to Become a Franchisee
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How Getting Fit Inspired Me to Become a Franchisee

As a Get In Shape For Women franchisee, Leigh Hometh gets to help other women get healthy.
Kate Taylor
4 High-Tech Ways to Order Food That Didn't Exist Last Year
Mobile Payments

4 High-Tech Ways to Order Food That Didn't Exist Last Year

Smartwatches and beacons and telepathy, oh my!
Kate Taylor
How This Former Pharmaceutical Exec Invented the 'Eggnut'
Franchise Players

How This Former Pharmaceutical Exec Invented the 'Eggnut'

As a Fractured Prune Doughnuts franchisee, Mark Prygocki has helped bring new options to the customized doughnut chain.
Kate Taylor
How to Finesse the 4 Biggest Workplace Distractions
Productivity

How to Finesse the 4 Biggest Workplace Distractions

The Internet, social media and mobile devices drive productivity. They are also huge distractions. The solution requires a deft touch, not a hard line.
Matt Straz
Why I Opened an Xtend Barre Studio After 15 Years in the Finance Industry
Franchise Players

Why I Opened an Xtend Barre Studio After 15 Years in the Finance Industry

Kristine Storie loved Xtend Barre so much, she decided to open a location of her own in Brooklyn.
Kate Taylor
Building a Multi-Unit Sandwich Franchise Fresh Out of College
Franchise Players

Building a Multi-Unit Sandwich Franchise Fresh Out of College

Over the last decade, Jeff Cohen has built business into 12 Togo's restaurants.
Kate Taylor
Why RadioShack's Shuttered Stores Won't Be Vacant for Long
Bankruptcy

Why RadioShack's Shuttered Stores Won't Be Vacant for Long

With more than 1,100 former RadioShacks now open for new businesses, franchises are finding opportunity in the brand's bankruptcy.
Kate Taylor