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Customers loved these franchises once before. New owners are betting they will again.
Nobody asks for a humbling loss but many are grateful for the transformative journey it leaves them no choice but to begin.
The office supplies giant is going after smaller companies.
Good (almost) always follows bad.
Once the top big-box technology retailer, Circuit City filed for bankruptcy in 2008.
A personal tragedy and an economic downturn hit David Ogburn hard, but he staged a comeback.
Whether it's a dishonest employee or an order snafu, what you do after a mistake makes the difference. We'll show you the steps to take.
The company is testing new products, looking for sales partners, hiring software experts and learning from its previous mistakes.
The fast-food giant has a ways to go until it's the 'modern, progressive burger company' of its dreams.
None of us are without setbacks, and we've all faced our share of problems. What separates the success stories from everything else is how we view failure.
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Missing Hukkster? Hukk that. The defunct sale-tracking site is back, but is it better?
The Paula Deen Network, an online-TV platform where subscribers must pay between $7.99 and $9.99 to watch Deen whip up her famed Southern fare, launches on Wednesday.
The 90-year-old country music venue uses millennial marketing techniques to capture followers for a new century.