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The cost of opening a fast food franchise in the U.S. is no small investment. We break down the costs for some of the top chains.
Even McDonald's franchisees are not 'lovin' it, according to a new survey from Janney Capital Markets.
McDonald's franchise employees who were denied recent pay raises have joined hundreds of fast food workers to call for a $15 federal minimum wage.
Franchise owners broadly have been slow to adopt tech, but a few businesses are paving the way with innovative strategies, Entrepreneur reports.
Personal services franchises—like Anywhere Fitness—that appeal to young Americans are one of the industry's fastest-growing sectors.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the most popular models for franchising in 2015 will be quick service restaurants, followed by retail businesses.
Fears that workers will become more unionized after a ruling by the legal arm of the National Labor Relations Board against McDonald's may be real.
Impatience has a price. Professional line sitter Robert Samuel pegs it at $25 for the first hour and $10 for each additional half hour.
Want to pay minimum wage? Might as well hang up an "Out of Business" sign in this energy-rich pocket of the U.S.
Wal-Mart has acquired Stylr, a mobile app that allows shoppers to locate clothes in nearby stores. The move fits with the retailer's growth strategy.
Members of Target's Canada team apologized on YouTube for a series of missteps.
Anonymous Twitter user threatens to publish stolen customer data unless Dominos Pizza Inc pays cash ransom.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen CEO Cheryl Bachelder, says her company "absolutely thinks about international expansion," and discusses management of individual franchisees.
HBO is raking in the cash from its most popular series by licensing it for beers, cookies, jewelry and more.
Erik Eliason, Storefront CEO, and Tristan Pollock, Storefront COO, discuss their platform that connects brands with retail spaces.
Sorry, RadioShack needs to fade out. There's a place for electronics retailers; it's just not the current space, says Michael Yoshikami.