Arcos Dorados (Spanish for "golden arches"), the largest McDonald's franchisee in the world with over 2,000 units in Latin America and the Caribbean, has a new CEO, Sergio Alonso, 52.
Domestic sales at Marco's Pizza grew a whopping 41.3 percent in 2014, making it the second fastest growing large chain in the country.
The opening statement from the NY Times is a bit of a reach but this move will have negative repercussions for certain franchise sectors.
Christian Brothers Automotive Repair, a national, faith-based franchise system, posted a 4.4 percent increase in average franchisee revenues, from an average of $1,174,586 in 2013 to $1,225,862 in 2014.
Fast casual dining is the fastest growing segment in the restaurant industry.
The franchise industry is on the verge of losing a battle regarding employer liability, as old arguments fail to address new opponents.
McDonald's is raising rents for franchisees just when it hurts the most: during its current long business slide.
McDonald's reported on Wednesday that it would stop reporting same-store sales each month, starting in July. Is that bad?
Police say they knew the planned biker meeting this past Sunday meant trouble and asked the franchise owner of the Twin Peaks restaurant where it was scheduled to ban the motorcyclists.
Sometimes in order to move forward, we have to take a look back. Let’s start at the beginning.
In July 2014, the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that McDonald’s could be held jointly liable for labor and wage violations by its franchise operators.
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