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Jimmy Fallon Spent Years Chasing A Dream That Wasn't Really His. Finding His 'Why' Changed Everything.
How The Tonight Show host built his career and an entertainment empire -- by first identifying his most important mission.
From sunglasses with earbuds in them, to all-star portable chargers, these products were designed to be on the move.
Do you have a place where you keep positive feedback? Mine keeps me going when I want to give up.
Nonstop work is part of what leads to burnout, but it's not the whole picture. Enduring productivity is often about balancing intense output with periods of regeneration.
When my company was just six months old, I made an unlikely play to buy another company. That bet is still paying off today.
"Never take no for an answer," people say. But is that really true? We asked six founders: How do you know when to keep pushing and when to move on?
Dr. Cartrise Ausin knows a thing or two about what it takes to land celebrity clients.
Hypergrowth damages companies, people, and the planet. The businesses I'm betting on now are "earning the right to be around for decades."
Chieh Huang founded Boxed in his garage, and took the e-commerce company public in eight years. Every step of the way, he prioritized his people. His dream is to show future generations a "different way to do business."
More people than ever are searching for work that has meaning. But nobody can agree on how to find it, provide it, or even define it. So we set out to try.
A goal can light our path forward, and that's useful for a while. But a goal is not a map. It cannot define your whole journey.
Learn all about the industry's latest trends and most innovative brands, while exploring the best franchise opportunities.
With People Stuck at Home, Energy Bills Went Up, and Koala Insulation Stepped Up Its Game to Meet Demand
The company scaled rapidly to over 200 territories in a year and secured its first ranking on the Franchise 500.
A well-timed acquisition helped the home repair business jump onto the Franchise 500 list for the first time.
These Cost-Management Gurus Practice What They Preach, and It's Made Them One of the Fastest-Growing Franchises
The Texas-based company Expense Reduction Analysts has returned to the Franchise 500 list, powered by clear-eyed assessments, quality control, and broad franchisee appeal.
The brand makes a second appearance on the Franchise 500 list through its eager multi-unit franchisees and a fine-tuned strategy.
Creating a solid franchising foundation helped the business shift its growth plans into overdrive.
Digital expansion and a revamped menu landed the brand in the Top 10 of our Franchise 500.
7-Eleven Reinvents Itself to Meet Shifting Customer Expectations, Becoming One of the Year's Top Franchises
A $21 billion acquisition, thriving delivery program, and new restaurant concepts are just a few of the company's recent ventures, which landed them the #9 spot on our Franchise 500 ranking.
A year of extraordinary weather had the company has been busier than ever, which landed them the #8 spot on our Franchise 500 ranking.
The affordable exercise chain managed to keep the doors of every single location open in 2021. In fact, it opened dozens more. That how it landed the #7 spot on our Franchise 500 ranking.
The nationwide academic-enrichment center weathered shifts to remote education and surpassed 2,000 American locations, landing at #6 on our Franchise 500 ranking.
The Midwestern comfort-food staple struck gold in 2021 by taking creative changes and empowering franchisees, landing the company at #5 on the Franchise 500 ranking.
Early adoption of delivery apps and staying focused on being a community-oriented chain propelled the sub giant to the #4 position on our Franchise 500 ranking.
Internet Culture and a Chick-Fil-A Feud Helped Popeyes Reach Unprecedented Cultural Relevance and Become a Top-5 Franchise
The chicken chain has undergone massive changes over the past two years, helping Popeyes reach the top five of our Franchise 500 ranking.
The UPS Store was deemed an essential business in 2020, and the business-services franchise is still as important as ever, coming in at #2 on our Franchise 500 ranking.
The brand's secret hot sauce is letting its franchisees take risks that lead to innovation. That willingness to entertain big ideas has won the company the #1 spot on our Franchise 500 ranking for the second year in a row.
The franchise industry is shifting. Here's how to stay ahead of the curve in 2022.
The Yum! Center for Global Franchise Excellence is on a mission to 'provide education and research to drive entrepreneurial opportunity, particularly for people of color and women.'
Michelle Pfeiffer On the Never-Ending Launch of Running a Business: 'I Kept Waiting for It To End, and I Finally Realized — Well, It's Never Going To!'
Entrepreneurship is a marathon with no finish line. Are you exhausted? Henry Rose founder Michelle Pfeiffer knows exactly how you feel.