After graduating from Carnegie-Mellon University, young American entrepreneur Justin Fidler scoured the Earth for the perfect place to open a high-tech company.
Karen Rosick calls her mother-in-law an “extraordinary woman,” and why shouldn’t she?
A group of Quiznos franchise holders have filed a class-action suit in Pittsburgh against the sandwich company accusing it of racketeering and violating the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
The story of a private business at Miramar whose electricity bill is being footed by the tax payers money has taken a different turn.
Just weeks after the collapse of the Kleins franchise chain, Federal Parliament has announced an inquiry into the franchising code of conduct.
One thing we seldom have to do as Premier Home Furnishings dealers is say “no” to our customers.
The franchisee is a merchant.
This one-year-old is going places.
Franchisees in Detroit filed a federal lawsuit against Dunkin’ Donuts last Thursday accusing the franchisor of unlawfully withholding consent in permitting them to transfer ownership of their stores to qualified buyers.
A lot of parents would love to find a job that allows them to be home with their children.