“The Bachelor’s” Pilot Pete starred in a Sylvan Learning Center commercial when he was a kid in 2005 which recently resurfaced.
Working with the American Association of Franchisees and Dealers, a nonprofit trade group, the Burgerim franchisee association formed following reports of mismanagement and misappropriation of franchisee funds within the system.
It’s selection time for this year’s winners of the eighth annual Franchise Times Dealmakers project, and the eight outside finance and M&A experts and four staff members who helped us choose gave an inside look into what they believe makes for successful deals.
Freshly home from a trip to Cuba where she talked and toured with farmers, Franny Tacy is on a mission to educate people worldwide how to grow hemp profitably and produce CBD products derived from it with integrity.
The 88-year-old Krystal company has filed for bankruptcy protection in an attempt to hit the reset button and get back to its path toward growth.
When Burgerim began selling franchises in the U.S., it did so without the usual validation. What Burgerim did have was its president, Oren Loni, an Israeli citizen who claimed to have extensive experience in launching “highly successful” restaurant fra…
As the virtual restaurant segment grows, there seem to be three dominant paths that take full advantage of the potential for new ways of doing business.
As we get closer to the announcement of the 2020 class of Legal Eagles, let’s look back at what makes them so great.
Liquid 2 Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital firm, is getting into the restaurant business, investing in fast-casual Indian franchise Curry Up Now. The San Francisco-based firm counts among its founders Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, also a s…
A lawsuit filed last month in Illinois against the retailer Target for its use of facial recognition technology illustrates the potential liability for franchises, points out Dawn Johnson, attorney at Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale.