Whether it’s started by the internationally renowned franchisor or the ma-and-pa franchisee, litigation stands an unwelcome event in a relationship desperately needing trust, respect, and the singular, shared aim of bottom-line success. Over the last decade, however, a litany of franchisor-franchisee disputes have made their way into the courtroom, proving to be a time- and cost-consuming process littered with stress and frustration for both sides.
Anthony Jiron puts his military training to work in his store.
Number of new franchisees take brand into a region dominated by locally owned pizza shops.
Pizza company encourages family involvement in store operations, "where everyone can share roles and take part in the business."
Nine of 10 brands studied by American Customer Satisfaction Index show an increase in satisfaction between 2009 and 2010.
Little Caesars partners with Columbia Pictures on national scratch-off game promotion supporting the upcoming The Karate Kid.
James C. Hartenstein named vice president of International at pizza chain.
Little Caesars has been named the "Best Value in America" in the quick-service industry, and it also earned highest honors for the "Affordability of the Prices" and "Speed of Service" categories.
The Restaurant Management Group raised more than $52,000 for the Patriot Foundation to support children of military families and to provide college scholarships.
Pizza chain teams with Cell Phones for Soldiers to collect used cell phones during the months of March and April.