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The Craziest Plan That Worked: How Richard Rawlings Hustled His Way Into the TV Show 'Fast N' Loud,' Then Used It to Build a Multimillion-Dollar Brand
In the six years since 'Fast N' Loud' first aired, Richard Rawlings has turned Gas Monkey into a multimillion-dollar brand.
Now in 5,000 grocery stores, the founder of Vice Cream shares how he found inspiration after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of lymphoma.
Paul Tran used to be a consultant who helped franchises grow. Then he ditched the corporate job for life as a franchisee.
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Whether you're self-funded or not, there's plenty to learn from a bootstrapper.
Naming a company is hard, and founders often get it wrong.
Founders reveal the mistakes that led to better solutions.
The office is seen, affectionately, as a home away from home, which is perhaps why the company is attracting so much new talent.
These 110 franchises have all found a way to be at the peak of their industry in the present day.
Franchisees thrive on the same skills pro athletes learn: speed, versatility and great coaching.
Fridababy became a baby-care juggernaut by first importing products to the U.S. that new mothers didn't know they needed.
The Bourbon Industry Was Opposed to Change. Then Jefferson's Bourbon Started Changing Everything -- and Winning.
Jefferson's Bourbon has upended the staid Kentucky liquor's heritage.
Getting capital is no easy feat, especially for first-time franchisees.
The CEO of the Girl Scouts Wants to Turn Today's Cookie Sellers Into Tomorrow's Powerful Female Entrepreneurs
Sylvia Acevedo wants every girl to know how to access -- and create -- opportunity.
Here's the most important lesson you can learn from your past.