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Log In / Register | May 22, 2018

As the franchise community anxiously awaited the National Labor Relations Board judge to decide on whether or not to approve McDonald’s Corporation’s settlement agreement to prevent it from being ruled as a “joint employer” with its franchisees on labor violations, the NLRB may choose an alternate route via the elongated rulemaking process.

Qdoba Appoints New CEO Guilbault and CFO Daggett

Manna Buys 38 More Cafés, Now One of Panera Bread’s Largest Franchisees

Value Menu Items Are Bringing in Restaurant Traffic

Franchises Drop 10,600 Jobs as Rest of Economy Robustly Hires

Subway CEO Suzanne Greco to Step Down

Domino’s Swiftly Settles Lawsuit with Multi-Unit Franchisee over Obstructing Sale of Stores

Subway Turns Blind Eye to Mayhem Surrounding Its Franchise System

Wyndham Says Two Brands in a Name Are Better than One

CDC Says Many Illnesses Linked to Hotel Pools & Hot Tubs

A Father's Experience with His Restaurant Worker, Addicted Son

SBA Features 3 Learning Opportunities to Boost Your Bottom Line

Tim Hortons President Working to Improve Franchisee Relations

Small Business Owners Protest NYC's 'Clear Curb' Program

Differentiating Between Good and Bad Leases

Elephantine Colossus Hotel

What Industries Produce the Highest Profit Margins for Franchises and Why That's Important to Know

Franchise Systems Are Making Headlines for the Wrong Reasons, Franchisees Deserve Change

The Outlook for U.S. Hotel Profits in 2018

Inside Blue MauMau