If you think businesses need big, grimy cities to succeed, check out Lexington, Kentucky, and decide for yourself whether the grass is bluer on the other side.
A closer look at this year's ranking of the top 500 franchises
We've called the race . . . and this time there's no dispute. In this year's Franchise 500, Subway is No. 1.
Internet and technology statistics
The story of how one Entrepreneur columnist crashed and burned when he bought a franchise.
OK, there's nothing funny about money--but when standard franchise financing doesn't happen, it's time to start using your entrepreneurial wits.
It's time to research some franchises. Grab your UFOCs . . . and your history book?
The staff at your brick-and-mortar business are jealous of your dotcommers. How can you keep the peace?
Why playing second fiddle to an industry leader may be music to your ears
Time's up for the illusion that dotcom guarantees success. If you're still in the game, lucky you. If you're not, take solace in knowing the rest of us are learning from your mistakes.
More visas = more choices for high-tech companies seeking skilled workers
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