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While immigration enforcement agents descended on 7-Eleven convenience stores across the country early last Wednesday morning, showing Homeland Security police keeping customers at bay while arresting undocumented workers, 7-Eleven corporate headquarters seemed to have little response to the public relations nightmare.

Franchises Continue Robust Hiring Trend in December 2017

NRD Capital Appoints Ray Blanchette as Ruby Tuesday’s New CEO

Richard Allison to Replace Domino’s CEO Patrick Doyle

Minimum Wage Hike Backfires on Employees, Costs Customers More

Papa John’s Franchisee Settles with New York AG for Cheating Workers Out of Pay

Washington State AG Sues Motel 6 for Giving Guests’ Personal Data to ICE Agents

McDonald’s Beef with India Franchisee Drags Brand Down as Stores Shutter

Franchisees Vow to Skip 7-Eleven’s Giant Convention, as Lawsuit Progresses

The Boar's Head of Charlottesville, Virginia

How the Composition of RevPAR Growth Impacts Changes in Hotel Profits

Arbitrator Rejects Tilted Kilt's Damage Claim as 'Disproportionate, Unreasonable, Unconscionable and Grossly Oppressive'

Eleven Brand Marketing Trends for 2018

With Complexity-Free Ordering, Panera Bread Hears You

QSRs Still Looking Good to Net Lease Investors

Australian Franchise Advertising Funds Under Attack

Small Business Finding Fulfillment in Amazon

In Search of a Strong Mediator

Facial Recognition Making Its Appearance in Restaurants

Inside Blue MauMau