Lindsay Friedman

Lindsay Friedman

Staff writer. Frequently covers franchise news and food trends.

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These Franchises Want To Help You Take a Break From Your Kid's Summer Vacation

And they're not going to make you feel bad about it, either.
Father's Day

For Father's Day, Entrepreneurs Share Dad's Most Important Business Lessons

No matter the lesson, it's important to use every day -- not just Father's Day -- to make sure the special man in our life knows how much we appreciate the time and lessons they shared.

Microsoft Has Partnered With a Marijuana Startup -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: The family of a victim of the Paris terrorist attacks is suing Facebook, Google and Twitter.

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From The Couple Who Uses Storytelling Skills to Sell Dream Homes

Their marketing plan is no plan: their characters, the story and lifestyle sell itself.
Franchise of the day

Franchise of the Day: The Name of This Franchise Was Inspired by True Love

The company, named after the founder's wife, became a family affair.

Check Out These Cool Artifacts from Big Tech's Recent Past

From Google's first server to the first book sold on Amazon, these artifacts show just how far we've come.
Start Up Your Day

Users Can Now Retweet Themselves on Twitter -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: Tesla is planning to sell electric cars at Nordstrom.

We Bet You Never Knew Your iPhone Could Do These 10 Things

From taking pictures with your headphones to sending self-destructing audio messages, your iPhone has a few tricks up its sleeve.

Apple Has a New App to Teach Your Kids to Code. These Sites Can Help You Learn as Well.

It's never too late to add this handy skill to your resume.
Start Up Your Day

The FAA Wants to Fine Amazon $350,000 for a Hazardous Package -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: Snapchat will start placing ads between friends' stories.
Franchise of the day

Franchise of the Day: Stop and Smell the Roses With This Franchise

Your garden could flourish thanks to this homegrown business.