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Attorney General Schneiderman Announces Lawsuit to Hold Domino's, Franchisees Liable for Wage Theft (Photo: New York AG Website)

NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman is going after Domino's Pizza with vengeance, alleging the fast food company underpaid workers over a half a million dollars at ten franchise stores.

McDonald’s Comps Rise Higher in Q1 than Big Burger Competitors

Wendy's Investigates POS Cyber Breach; Changes CEO

Rick Hernandez Appointed as Non-Executive Chairman of McDonald’s

LearningRx Objects to Blue MauMau Article

As Burger Wars Heat Up, Combo Value Meals Drive Traffic and Visits

LearningRx 'Brain Training' Franchise Settles with FTC for Alleged False Claims

Obama Releases Final Overtime Rule, Ignoring Strong Opposition

Americans Love Breakfast and Morning Snacks

White House Targets Non-Compete Agreements

High Expectations for Dunkin' Donuts in 2016

Electoral Engagement Metrics Signal Clinton Presidential Win

The Hidden Value of Burger King Hot Dogs

2016 Least Engaging Brands

Could a Franchise Help Start Your Own Business?

Cliff's Variety Named California's Best Small Business

Fast Casual Panel: Technology Significantly Changing the Restaurant Business

Start Up: A PBS Documentary Series for the Aspiring Entrepreneur

Fmr McDonald's USA CEO Rensi: $35K Robots Cheaper than $15 Per Hour Humans

Bennigan's CEO: Replacing Employees with Technology Is Bad Move

Hire Superior Summer Employees for Your Restaurant

McDonald's Has Ended Controversial School Program

Wetzel's Pretzels Co-Founders Talk about the Business of Franchising

Inside Blue MauMau