franchising

Operations

Check out Steak and Ale's first new restaurant in 16 years

The classic casual-dining chain has reemerged in Burnsville, Minnesota, where it is playing on nostalgia while embracing modern tastes.

Financing

12 big complaints franchisees have with franchising

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission recently listed some of the biggest concerns franchisees expressed during public comments last year.

Elite Restaurant Group has been an active buyer over the years. But what are MOD's sister brands within the group's portfolio now?

The agency also said that franchisors can’t take action against franchisees that take complaints about the business to the government.

The spicy fast-casual chicken chain has signed a deal to open 60 restaurants in the region, with the first locations to open in London.

The Bottom Line: Frozen yogurt and better burger chains dominated growth a decade ago. Their differing long-term results are instructive for today’s hot restaurant sectors.

The Bottom Line: Franchising is no less risky than opening your own restaurant. Just ask former NFL player David Tyree and the former president of McDonald's Mexico.

Operator EYM Pizza closed 15 locations in Indiana amid a lawsuit from the pizza chain franchisor over unpaid royalties and poor performance.

As the fast-casual pizza niche tries to find its post-pandemic path, Blaze Pizza hopes to regain leadership with a new menu and mission.

SouthRock Capital, which had also operated Starbucks and Subway units, filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy in Texas to protect its rights to the casual-dining restaurant chain.

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