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Mooyah Ex-CEO Speaks

Mooyah burgers, Custom built, unlimited possibilities
Teens enjoying Mooyah. Photo/bmm

PLANO, Texas—At the end of October, Mooyah's co-founder Rich Hicks announced to franchise owners that he and the firm's new CEO Bill Spae were parting ways.

NASAA Wants Zors to Come to Terms

Area RepresentationWASHINGTON—You say tuber. I say potato. In franchising, Subway says development agent. I say subfranchisor. And you say master franchisee.

Two Men Boldly Measures Franchisee Profits

Wichita franchisee Garrett Peterman (front) at work. Photo/Two Men

LANSING, Mich. — Randy Shacka takes time to talk with Blue MauMau about an extraordinary area where his company stands out. Franchisor Two Men and a Truck measures performance not only of its own franchising company, but also almost everything at the franchise level, including their bottom line. That puts his firm in a rarified area that few franchising firms can emulate.

MCD To Spend $2.9B, Add 1325 Stores in 2012

Despite the economy, McDonald's roars ahead.

La Quinta to Grow by Franchising

La Quinta just reached a milestone. Half of its 808 properties are franchised.

Larry King to Open Brooklyn Bagel Shop in Beverly Hills

Drawings of the new Los Angeles bagel shop, photo/bwbc

Franchise Sales: A Tale of Two Theories

Johnson, COO at Rocksolid Granit USA asks, “Who is using outside
franchise sales groups [brokers]?”

Papa John's Introduces Unprecedented Franchise Development Incentive to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

Company Offers Zero Franchise Fee, No Royalties for First Year and $10,000 Early Opening Award

Where Franchising Is Going in 2009

If someone claims to know what will happen in the business of franchising through 2009, don’t believe him or her. It is going to be that kind of a year.