Winter

Laura Entis

· 2 min read

Dunkin' Sales Warm Up Despite Frigid Winter

The donut and coffee chain grew same-store sales nearly 3 percent, as franchisees were forced to get flexible due to difficult conditions.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

5 Ways to Winterize Your Business

'Tis the season to be healthy, wealthy and wise. It's possible to focus on delivering solid results while also showing some seasonal spirit.

Marty Fukuda

· 3 min read

Iced Coffee Too Cold to Hold? Dunkin' Franchisees Have Final Say on 'Double Cupping.'

Individual franchisees can decide whether to charge customers for putting a foam cup around a plastic cup of iced coffee.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

Restaurant Job Growth Rebounds in March (Infographic)

After a grim February, restaurants once again ruled as the largest job creators in the franchise sector.

Kate Taylor

· 1 min read

Restaurant Job Growth Plunges in February (Infographic)

In February, franchised restaurants added only 1,390 new jobs, a sharp drop from recent months.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

Twitter Data Shows That December Makes Us Sad and Summer Makes Us Late for Work

The social media company tracked tweets from 2013 to find out when we're most likely to tweet about being happy, sad, hungover and late to work.

Laura Entis

· 2 min read

The Winter Olympics by the Numbers (Infographic)

A sampling of fun facts and figures from this year's Olympic Games.

Entrepreneur Staff

· 1 min read

Tips to Help Entrepreneurs Weather the February Hustle and Bustle

While February may be the month for romance, it also happens to be the busiest for meetings. Here are a few ways to stay on top of your game.

Jay O’Connor

· 4 min read

Southern Hospitality: Home Depot, Chick-Fil-A and Others Open Doors to Snow-Stranded Drivers

As a snowstorm turned Georgia and Alabama into a scene out of a zombie movie, businesses lent a helping hand.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

Winter Weather = Bad Mood? It's More Complicated Than That.

Bad weather's effect on our behavior is complex and often contradictory.

Laura Entis

· 4 min read