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Matthew McCreary - Page 2
Associate Editor, Contributed Content
These top-ranked franchises are great for entrepreneurs who love kids.
You can't get a Starbucks franchise, but you might be able to apply for a licensed store.
The #4 company on our Franchise 500 list knows that to grow its customer base, it must go where customers are: metropolitan communities.
The #3 company on our Franchise 500 list may be built on the idea of nostalgia, but a new wave of tech-focused initiatives is laying a strong foundation for years to come.
Even with a forward looking rebrand to just Dunkin', the #2 company on our Franchise 500 list knows its soul.
These seven restaurants totaled nearly $100 billion in U.S. sales in 2017.
What does this rebrand mean for the doughnut franchise?
Open a franchise and help others with their businesses, too.
Would you pay $50,000 to maintain profit rates? That's the conundrum for 7-Eleven franchisees.
How Nick Delligatti worked his way from crew person to owner-operator.
These 10 franchises can cost less than six figures, and they all rank in the top 40 of our Franchise 500.
If you really, really love hot dogs, then odds are you'll really, really love these franchises.