The Franchise Owner's most trusted news source

Log In / Register | May 25, 2017

Burger King now recruitingThe White Castle processing plant in Kentucky makes 50,000 hamburgers per hour to run its operation. Trying to keep jobs staffed has become a real challenge for the company. The problem is methamphetamine use is so high in Louisville that the number of people testing positive for meth is now over 47 percent higher than the national average.

Hit with $11M Malpractice Suit, Dady & Gardner Refutes Claim

Fast-Casual Cosi Emerges from Bankruptcy

Blaze Pizza Adds CEO to President’s Duties

Pieology Hires Ex-CEO of Smashburger

American Franchisees Honor Griswold Home Care

Franchise Hiring Lowest in Almost Five Years

AG Sessions Stresses DOJ To Hold Individuals Accountable for Corporate Misconduct

McDonald's Intensifies Democratic Lobbying Efforts on Joint Employer

Interview with One of the Few U.S. Starbucks Licensees

Franchisee Forfeits 31 Jack in the Box Locations to Franchisor

Cocky Franchisor Goes to Jail, Emerges with Altered Outlook

A&W Experiencing Unit Growth in U.S. for First Time in Years

McDonald's Offers to Pay Most of Franchisees' Extensive Remodeling Costs

Pinehurst Resort and Spa of North Carolina

New Legal Gestalt Needed for Franchise Relationships in USA

Papa Murphy's, Evolve or Else

Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club

The Greenest Brands in America

Inside Blue MauMau