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SACRAMENTO – Governor Jerry Brown of California signed a new franchise protection law Sunday afternoon that gives California franchise owners the strongest rights in the United States.

Domino's Franchisees Unhappy with Share of Supply Chain Profits in Q3

Franchisees Allege Pro-Cuts and Regis Made Bogus Store Earnings Claims

Breakfast Orders Grow with Expansion of Restaurant Breakfast

Wendy’s CEO Brolick to Resign, Succeeded by CFO

Jamba Juice CEO White to Leave

3 Franchisors Listed in 100 Best Workplaces for Women

Franchises Add Whopping 33,000 Jobs in September

IFA's Appeal against Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Law Rejected Again

IFA Appoints Cresanti CEO & President

Consumer Confidence Up Again in September

EEOC: Don’t Terminate that Employee because Customers Don’t Like His Religion

Identify Franchise Scams before Investing

Shuttered Quiznos Highlights Franchise Failure Problem

What Might Due Diligence Uncover in Franchise Agreements?

Can Brand Trump Become President Trump?

Franchisee Burned by Planet Beach Tanning

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EEOC: New Religious Observance by Employee Counts

Australia: If There's So Little Profit, Why Do People Buy 7-Eleven Franchises?

Federal Fair Franchise Act of 2015, Not So Outrageous After All

Wine & Canvas to Pay Franchisees Attorney Fees for Forcing Undue Litigation

Volkswagen Diesel Owners Find Business Opportunity in Outrage

Volkswagen Dealers Struggle to Deal with Emissions Cheating Scandal

Why Trump's Tax Plan Is Better for My Small Business than Bush's

DC Hotel Workers Proposal to Restrict Airbnb Tougher than That of Large Hotels

Subway Admits to Serious Complaint of Jared’s Interest in Child Sex

Felon Inmates Outraged at Jared Fogle Plea Deal

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