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CEO Frissora Leaves, Hertz Looks for Replacement

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NAPLES, Fla. – Hertz's CEO and chairman Mark Frissora has stepped down amidst accounting irregularities and disappointing results for the car rental firm. The company announced Monday that Frissora "stepped down for personal reasons." In his place, Brian P. MacDonald will serve as interim CEO and chairman.

9th Circuit Affirms Approval of Class Action Settlement in Coverall Case

PASADENA, California - The U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, affirmed the ruling from a federal California court which approves a proposed class action settlement agreement. The decision allows close to $1 million in attorney fees for franchisee plaintiffs’ legal counsel.

AutoCAD Civil Certification: What’s is for Aspirants?

With AutoCAD Civil 3D, one can take the advantage of industry-based development tools and technologies while building applications.

Court Grants Temporary Restraining Order to ServiceMaster Franchisees

MEMPHIS - A district judge granted a temporary restraining order (TRO) to a ServiceMaster franchisee entity against its franchisor at a May 5 hearing, which imposes a preliminary injunction in the case. He prefaced his decision stating, “A preliminary injunction is an extraordinary measure that is one of the most drastic tools in the arsenal of judicial remedies.”

Big data reporting is the most upcoming technology in the Industry

Big data is the most common word that is gaining huge buzz in the industry. Ideally it refers to datasets that are large enough and becomes too awkward to work with.

IslandTime Treasures Launches New Education Focused Franchise Model

What started out part-time in a garage doing events - has now grown into a larger full-time business providing build-your-own project based craft activities for schools, preschool, dayc

Re/Max CEO Says Lots of Home Buyers

Re/Max CEO Margaret Kelly tells CNBC her take on housing trends.

Re/Max Revenues Up 11 Percent in 2013

Re/Max reports 11% increase in revenue

DENVER – Following its $225 million initial public offering in October of last year, Re/Max (NYSE:RMAX) on Thursday announced to the public its operating results for the fourth quarter of 2013 and the entire year.

Coffee News President Bill Buckley on Franchise Implosion

Coffee News in Louisville, Kentucky
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BANGOR, Maine – Franchisor Coffee News has imploded in franchise units by a whopping 31 percent from 2008 to 2012.