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Auto Franchises Making a Come Back

Despite lackluster performance over the past few years automotive service franchises will be making a comeback. Over the past three years franchises in the automotive service sector haven’t fared well.

DISH to End Blockbuster Retail, DVD by Mail Service

All company-owned Blockbuster stores to close ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - DISH Network announced yesterday that its Blockbuster subsidiary will end its domestic retail and DVD by mail services by early next year.

Retail's Brand Storytelling: The Setting

As promised, I intend to pick up and continue developing the idea of how brands can best tell stories.

New 7-Eleven Coalition Chairman Tells of His Vision

2013-11-03 16.30.41The newly elected chairman of the National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees, Joe Galea, feels he won the position because he engaged with the current leaders and members while being the executive vice president of the organization.

Past Ass'n Chair Tariq Khan Vows at Election to Fight 7-Eleven Suit against Him

A 7-Eleven store. photo by Johnathan Nightingale

DANA POINT, Calif. – As the National Coalition of 7-Eleven Franchisee Associations was holding its election meetings on October 22-26 to determine who would be the next national chairman, past chair and franchisee Tariq Khan made an appearance.

Don't Call It "The Customer-Centeric Supply Chain"

Last week I attended the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ annual conference (CSCMP) here in Denver. I do not always go every year because I have found in the past that while there are lots of great sessions and topics of discussion, they serve my inner supply chain geek, and not so much my inner retail geek.

Net Income for Shopping Centers in Q3 Hits Historic High

NEW YORK – The U.S. shopping center industry has just posted its highest net operating income (NOI) per square foot in history. It grew at 7.4% year-over-year gain in the third quarter.

The ACA Website Mess: Lessons for Retailers

Regardless of your political or social views regarding the U.S. Federal health insurance mandate, known as the Affordable Care Act (or perhaps less affectionately as “ObamaCare”), there can be no question that the first three weeks of the Federal health exchange website’s online existence have been an unmitigated disaster.

Veterans and their Families Invited to Participate in Turn-Key Military Franchise Program from IslandTime Treasures

Ultra-affordable, flexible new program welcomes veterans, active duty, Guard, Reserve, Coast Guard and spouses

September Chain-Store Sales Post 4% Gain

NEW YORK—U.S. chain-store sales posted a gain of 4.0% for the fiscal month of September on a year-over-year basis.