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How to Be a Successful Restaurateur

Paul Hibler, whose Pitfire Artisan Pizza small chain has garnered attention and awards, such as from the American Institute of Architects for the design of its Culver City store, gives advice on how to be a restaurateur.

Is “Family Franchising” a Good Idea?

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, many millennials found themselves with a college degree and no job prospects.

How Psychology and Sociology Both Affect Success or Failure of a Franchise System

My belief system, developed after over 35 years in franchising and being a franchisor 5 times and a consultant to hundreds of companies, is there are fundamental issues to franchising that drive

Steve Jobs: Learning from Failure

The co-founder of Apple and a serial entrepreneur, Steve Jobs, had a memorial service yesterday, Sunday. He was 56 years-old when he died from cancer on October 5.

The Path to Success

What the path to success really looks like
Image from comedian Demetri Martin's This is a book

Credit Card Debt Negatively Affects Start-Up Survival Rates

A new study by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation finds that credit card debt reduces the likelihood that a new business will survive past its third year.