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Founder of Lady of America Roger Wittenberns' Crashed Lamborghini (Photo: Del Ray Police Department)

DELRAY, Florida – The multimillionaire founder of Lady of America fitness franchise slammed his yellow Lamborghini into the SUV of an 82-Year old Uber driver Thursday, after spending the afternoon eating and drinking with his girlfriend in downtown Delray.

Marriott Buyout of Starwood Finalized, Becomes World’s Largest Hotel Chain

Ex-Owner of Jreck Subs Pleads Guilty of Bilking Investors of $9.5M, Tax Evasion

Dunkin’ to Replace Retiring President with Hoffmann of McDonald’s

Marriott’s Acquisition of Starwood Given the Green Light by China

Red Lion to Acquire Vantage Hospitality for Up to $41M

U.S. Restaurants Drop in Count, Chains Flatline

New 7-Eleven President Scheduled to Unveil Strategic Plan for Struggling Chain

Health Concerns over Rise of Grocerants

Half of Small Businesses Have Less than 30 Day Cash Buffer

Franchisee JAE Acquires Additional 97 Wendy’s Restaurants

Piada's Program to Attract and Keep Top Talent

Chick-fil-A Doubles Scholarship Amount for Employees’ College Education

QSR Franchisees Have High Rate of Wage Violations

Predictive Ordering Appeals to Most Restaurant Operators

How to Avoid Hiring the Toxic Employee

Airbnb, Coming to a Market Near You

The NFL's Most Loyal Fans

Papa John's Understands Consumers Are Dynamic

Hotel El Convento, Puerto Rico

Tips in Recognizing a Franchise in Disguise

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