News and Articles About Military
And you thought plain black was the darkest color known to man. Blink again.
Former Navy SEAL shares the secrets to success that can help you perform better and build a legacy.
For National Guard veteran Steve Grimes, the most surprising challenge in opening his franchise was finding funding.
In the military, Nick Colgin earned a Bronze Star for saving the life of a French soldier. Now, he works as a franchisee for the 'Apple of the home industry.'
Chuck and Denise Kerr learned the value of teamwork in the military. Now, their bringing it to their burger franchise.
Gordon Dupries helps future veteran franchisees get started on the right foot with the Boot to Business program.
While veteran entrepreneurs contribute $1.2 trillion to the economy annually, the transition from military service to civilian life can be fraught with challenges.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Dave O'Brien is a busy man, serving in the military while running three Pet Supplies Plus locations.
Building your idea into a business is an uncertain mission. Core values that don't bend under pressure are indispensable.
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.
Forget heavy night vision goggles. Scientists are developing a better, lighter way for soldiers to see in the dark.
Planning for failure is different than expecting to fail. Without a good plan, you're more likely to face bad results.
Hardworking, creative and team-oriented, military personnel and athletes have entrepreneurial skills that are an asset to any franchise.
Anybody can follow the rules and be mediocre, but those who lead write their own rule books and strive to become better.
After 24 years in the U.S. Army, Ron Adams put the skills he gained as a drill sergeant to use as a franchisee.
A Shark Tank finalist who moved from West Point to the runway shares her tips for success.
With our world moving a mile a minute, entrepreneurs need to learn to adapt when uncertain situations arise. Here are a few lessons from a Navy SEAL.
If you fail to live up to your purpose as a leader then you run the risk of failing to lead.
How one military man's experience prepared him for the entrepreneurial life.
Disabled veterans often find the return to civilian life difficult, especially when seeking jobs. Now, a university program thinks it has the key to their independence: turn them into entrepreneurs.
Tough tips for training employees on the do's and don'ts of posting about your company.
Military talents can transfer well to guiding a team through the challenges of starting and running a small business.
A Fresh Coat Painters franchisee does an extra tour of duty with a job of national importance.