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Volvo New 2016 VNL 670 Model (Photo: Thecohorts, CCBY-SA 4.0,

After a jury in Indiana district court awarded a truck dealership $6.5 million last year, finding Volvo Trucks North America breached its franchise agreement through price discrimination, the franchisee is now asking the federal appeals court to uphold the award while the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago is hearing the appeal of the lawsuit.

IFA Sponsored Expo West Blindsided by Colorado Beer Fest

Workers File 15 EEOC Complaints against McDonald’s Claiming Sexual Harassment

UK Restaurant Visits Up while US Dips in Q2

Lawsuit Unsealed Accusing El Pollo Loco of Stock ‘Pump and Dump’ Tactics

US, European, Labor Unions Support Probe into McDonald’s Tax-Avoidance Structure

Franchisor Cosi Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Consumer Confidence Index Increases in September

Fight for $15 Workers to Stage Protest during Presidential Debate

Culver's CEO Keiser Dies Unexpectedly

Staying at Hotels with a Dog

Snapshot of Culver's CEO

Wells Fargo CEO Unexpectedly Steps Down

2016 Veterans Day Free Meals and Deals

Wells Fargo Account Scandal Includes Small Businesses

Hotel Monaco in Chicago

Franchisee Termination Litigant Again Shattered by Esoteric Damages Rules

Leasing Commercial Space? 10 Questions for Franchise Tenants to Ask About the Landlord and the Property

Casa Monica Hotel at St. Augustine

US Senate Follows House to Protect Family Franchisee Businesses

UPDATED: Government Overreach Continues Even after You Die

Inside Blue MauMau