The heavyweights at Jack in the Box have “hit a dead end” with their franchisor, according to their attorney Robert Zarco of Zarco Law, and so issued a press release yesterday calling for CEO Lenny Comma “to step down and relinquish his position as CEO, and for the board of directors to replace” the current leadership team.
A judge sides with Applebee’s franchisee RMH Franchise Holdings in an ongoing bankruptcy dispute.
ServPro grew sales 13.5 percent in 2017 to lead the disaster restoration segment and move up in the Franchise Times Top 200+ ranking.
Raising prices as traffic sinks is a tricky game, but there’s still room for price growth if it’s done right.
When a trio of private equity firms acquired Mountain Mike’s in April 2017, the Newport Beach, California-based pizza brand already had strong momentum, one of its new owners said, which carried through the year and put Mountain Mike’s on the Franchise Times Top 200+ for the first time.
Eight companies stepped it up and found a spot among the leading 200 brands on the annual Franchise Times Top 200+, our ranking of the 500 largest U.S.-based franchised brands based on systemwide sales. Painting with a broad brush, food franchises are …
“Dunkin’ Donuts to change its name to Dunkin’. Apparently the company is sick of the hole thing.” So wise-cracked Mike Stobbe on Twitter, probably the best attempt to mock the name change of the storied brand. But at least one expert marketer approves of the change, as well as another, less high-profile switch from Dwyer Group to Neighborly announced in recent weeks
Following the recent launch of Hilton’s Travel with Purpose 2030 goals to double its investment in social impact and cut its environmental footprint in half, the hotel giant announced an initial investment of $1 million to drive sustainable travel and tourism in Africa.
The good-looking crew pictured nearby are the folks from FAT Brands, winners of last year’s Deal of the Year award in the Franchise Times Dealmakers project, which recognizes excellence in mergers and acquisitions in the franchising space. Nominations open today.
The National Restaurant Association will no longer manage or own its annual convention, commonly called the Restaurant Show.