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Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Stuart M. Goldberg of the Department of Justice Tax Division announced June 5, 2017 that a federal jury convicted the owner of Instant Tax Service franchise in Dayton, Ohio of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, bank fraud, evasion of employment taxes and failure to pay employment taxes.

US Secretary of Labor Withdraws Joint Employment, Independent Contractor Informal Guidance

Noodles & Co Shakes Up Leadership Team, Tackles Declining Sales

New York City Fast Food, Retail Employers Face New Hurdles with Latest Wage and Hour Bills

Richard A. Solomon Passes Away

Franchise Hiring Picks Up 18,400 Jobs in May 2017

Deadline Nears for NASAA’s ‘Reasonable Basis’ Rule in Giving FDD Earnings Claims

Franchisee NPC Acquires 140 Restaurants from Wendy’s

Franchisees Share What They Wish They Had Known before Buying Their Franchise

How U.S. Policies Promoted Fast Food Franchises over Other Businesses

Must-Ask Questions before a Buyer Seals an M&A Deal

Department of Labor Rescinds Joint-Employer Guidance

Franchisee's 7 Denny's Restaurants Abruptly Closed over State Tax Owed

Tim Hortons Franchisees Get Bum's Rush at Annual Meeting

Buying vs. Leasing Commercial Space: Pros and Cons for Franchise Tenants

Beer Brewer's Wrongful Termination of Beer Dealer Turns Out to be Grist for the Mill for Beer Distributor

Julius Manger: One of the Greatest Hotel Owners of the Twentieth Century

Financial Choice Act Passes House, Swipe Fee Reform Protected

In Memoriam of Richard Solomon

Inside Blue MauMau