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Puig: My Cold Stone Stores Are Profitable

MIAMI – Attorney Robert Zarco and his client Rodolfo F. Puig, franchisee of Cold Stone Creamery, have now declared that Puig’s three stores are profitable, despite having numerous tax liens, judgments and litigation from creditors against him.

Top States for Business 2012

CNBC has released its ranking of all 50 states for business.

CNBC’s Behind the Counter Back on Air

Camp Bow Wow's CEO Heidi Ganahl speaks with CNBC
Camp Bow Wow's CEO Heidi Ganahl on CNBC.

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. – CNBC's hour-long program "Behind the Counter: The Untold Story of Franchising" will be back on air after a month and a half absence.

Point: Sue me, Bob Zarco

If Robert Zarco is going to sue everyone who speaks the truth about Cold Stone Creamery, he'd better hire a few more associates.

CNBC Shelves Cold Stone Story after Zarco Attacks

Cold Stone complains to CNBC that there show wasn't fair and CNBC pulls show
CNBC films a Cold Stone ice cream mix being made, source/CNBC

SCOTTSDALE, AZ –  CNBC unexpectedly pulled its documentary Behind the Counter: The Untold Story of Franchising after receiving a threatening letter from Kahala’s newly retained counsel Robert Zarco.

Behind the Counter: Untold Story of Franchising

CNBC airs Behind the Counter: The Inside Story of Franchising on Wednesday
Dog bliss at a Camp Bow Wow?, photo/CNBC trailer

Englewood Cliffs, NJ  — CNBC will air its hour-long look at franchising, in  "Behind the Counter: The Untold Story of Franchising." Reporter Darren Rovell takes an inside look at franchising, not an easy feat, and reveals the surprising realities.

CNBC Documentary to Include BMM

On Wednesday, December 15th CNBC will air an hour long program, "Behind the Counter: The Untold Story of Franchising." I can’t recall any television program devoting this much time to the franchise industry.

Dunkin's Jon Luther Says Franchises Growing

Jon Luther, executive chairman of Dunkin' Brands, tells CNBC reporter Mario Bartiromo that the CIT bankruptcy has had no impact on the ability of Dunkin' Brands or its franchisees to obtain loans.