News and Articles About Franchises
The California-based Mexican grilled-chicken franchise, which attempted to go public in 2006, is eyeing a $100 million IPO.
The Parker brothers turned a life-long love of animals into a business, opening K-9 Resorts.
The scoop on guerilla marketing: what it is and how it can help you grow your business.
As the FDA prepares new guidelines, restaurants are cutting back on sodium and salt companies are researching alternatives.
Can fast food get faster? McDonald's is trying to speed up with tech, testing a new order-ahead and payment app in Georgia.
Get tips on getting your business in shape from this 24-year-old GYMGUYZ franchisee.
Jamie and Tara Osborn, triathletes both, recognized that retail niche for athletes like themselves and so they opened Endurance House.
Papa John's is a billion-dollar, international pizza franchise. But it wasn't always. It started in a broom closet with $1,600 worth of used restaurant equipment.
This couple didn't have experience in insurance when they opened their Brightway franchise, but together, they were able to overcome their challenges.
In this Google Hangout, Joe Prusha, an Erbert & Gerbert's franchisee, reveals his franchising secrets.
Charles Fisher discovered Massage Envy Spa while heading home from serving in Iraq. The rest is franchising history.
Giveback programs help franchises grow their community footprint and some can even be customized by individual franchisees.
Kristel Thomas was willing to do whatever it took to help her son and other kids overcome their neurological challenges. It led to her becoming a franchisee.
To educate consumers and incoming employees alike, French Fry Heaven CEO Scott Nelowet knows that people like to learn through play.
As his children's primary caregiver, franchising gives Rick Werner the flexibility he needs to be a present father.
The Original Soupman -- of Seinfeld fame -- says the food truck business offers unique opportunities for franchisees.
As a Tutor Doctor franchisee, Chris Lien's career priorities align with his family priorities.
There's a right and wrong way to ask how much money your potential franchise could earn when researching becoming a franchisee.
Outraged that the new law holds them to stricter rules than small-business owners, franchise owners are fighting back with a lawsuit and full-page ad in the 'Seattle Times.'
Aneesh Patel got an early start in the food industry, opening five restaurant franchises before he graduated from college.
A Waffle House waitress nearly lost a $1,000 tip due to company policy, raising the question: how should restaurants deal with unexpected windfalls?
The right franchisee-franchisor relationship works something like a successful marriage.
This 60-year-old mother, grandmother and franchisee has been defying stereotypes as a powerful woman in tech since 1999.
Want to take it to the next level? This gut check will let you know if you should proceed, or continue working on your business.
This annual trade show, to be held next week at New York City's Javits Center, aims to connect prospective entrepreneurs with leading franchise executives.