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Franchisees Balk At Handyman Plan

Landing an exclusive supply contract with a big company would seem like cause for celebration, but some Mr.


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National Restaurant Assoc. Honors Franchisee Virani

The National Restaurant Association has honored Siraj Virani, owner of 13 Dunkin’ Donuts franchises in the Chicago area, as a recipient of its Faces of Diversity American Dream Awards.


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DetailXPerts Announces New Green Car Wash Franchisee

Alicia and Michael Trotter, a sister and brother team from Detroit, are the newest franchisees to join the DetailXPerts family.


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Dunkin’ Donuts Franchisee Dips Into Bankruptcy

The largest local franchisee for Dunkin’ Donuts has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and will close four area stores and a baking facility as it restructures.


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Networking Helps The Helen Doron Educational Franchise Beat The Recession Blues

Networking is at the heart of the Helen Doron Educational Franchise model, and a very large part of its worldwide success.


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PostNet Launches National Business Conversion Program

PostNet, an international network of neighborhood business centers, announced today the launch of its national business conversion program designed to allow independent retail operators to diversify into PostNet’s digital copy, printing and shipping franchise model.


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Myths On Teens And Media – They Still Watch TV!

Nielsen, the audience measurement company is releasing a brand new report on teens and media with a lofty promise of serious myth busting and hard fact presenting that will downright knock your socks off.


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Catherine Patton: Business Ideas Come from Everyday Needs

Catherine Patton, founder of Patton Medical Devices, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2001.


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How To Ace Your Interview

photo credit: Lauren Close

First and foremost, we all know that the start of getting your foot in the door is a well put together cover letter accompanied by your well put together resume.


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Fear No.3: Being Your Own Boss

Colleen Long, a psychologist who specializes in entrepreneurship calls it the “lemonade-stand fear.”

“It’s the feeling the entrepreneur first gets when he starts any kind of business: the feeling that he’s operating a lemonade stand, this low-budget operation that doesn’t feel real,” she says.


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