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“Finally a place where you never have to say 'm sorry.” Dina Kimmel's voice caught as she recited her company's motto and recalled the countless times she found herself apologizing for the behavior of her son, Gabriel, who in 2009 at the age of 2 was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
The mission: See how the legacy burger joints stack up against the better burger guys. The players: The plucky editorial team at Franchise Times: Beth Ewen, Tom Kaiser, Laura Michaels and Nicholas Upton. The results: From ugh to wow, and everything in between.
Governments in India and Sri Lanka are both trying to be more business-friendly. In India the challenge is that a large, populous country can't “turn on a dime,” and in Sir Lanka, it's recovering from civil war and debt. And still, seven U.S. franchisors met interested partners.
As speculation mounts about how long Drew Brees will continue as quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, it's becoming clearer that one of the most famous and talented players in the NFL has teed himself up to be a major player in the franchise world for many seasons to come.
Some things never change, but bread—elemental to human nourishment—has changed mightily since the first loaves were baked in the B.C. era of ancient Egypt. In more recent times, bread's evolution has resembled a race to the bottom with supermarkets peddling simpler, cost effective, less- healthy breads.