News and Articles About Franchises
When Nathan Coombs retired from the military, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen's company culture convinced him that the franchise was the right fit.
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.
Some of these lawsuits are hard to swallow, but justice can be sweet.
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.
As Starbucks considers revising its visible tattoo ban, we ask you: Do you think tattoos are important self-expression or unprofessional in the workplace?
Starboard Value published a snarky, almost 300-page presentation telling Darden Restaurants how to mend the struggling Olive Garden brand.
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Opening a franchise is very different than working in corporate America and that's a good thing, according to this franchisee.
These companies revamped their models while staying true to their core values, gaining new generations of customers along the way.
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The burger chain may be getting ready to open a new front in the fast-food wars.
Burger King Japan is rolling out a burger that's treated with bamboo charcoal to give its cheese and buns and unnaturally dark shade.
The mega-successful burrito chain says it probably won't go the franchising route. Here's why that's a smart move.
Alison Paton invested her life savings to become a Papa John's franchisee 23 years ago.
The restaurant chain was quick to latch onto Apple's tech glitch, creating a clever Twitter post that went viral in minutes.
McDonald's reported a 3.7 percent drop in global sales in August on Tuesday.
The former talk show host turned to senior care franchising after caring for her mother following her Alzheimer's diagnosis.
S. Truett Cathy, the founder and chairman emeritus of Chick-fil-A, passed away at the age of 93 on Monday.
As the newspaper industry struggled, Chris Meyer decided it was time to take a leap as an entrepreneur.
This category, which includes children's enrichment, fitness, spa and senior care services, is among the fastest growing in the franchise world.
Starbucks is hoping to entice both high-paying and convenience-craving customers with two new store formats.
For Andrew Slattery, the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, were a wakeup call to switch careers and become a franchisee.
Georgia is the latest state to attack the electric car company for selling cars directly to customers instead of through auto dealerships.
After two decades in the custom closet business, Truman Jepson converted his small business into a franchised location of Closets by Design.
As the terrorist organization ISIS dominates international news, a mobile wallet company with the same name is now calling itself "Softcard."
Westfield Valley Fair Mall in California is divided between two minimum wages, each with its own set of problems.
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