PITTSBURGH A group of Quiznos franchisees in western Pennsylvania, including the owners of two closed units, are suing Quiznos in district court here, accusing the Denver-based sandwich chain of fraudulent and deceptive business practices. The suit, which seeks class-action status on behalf of area franchisees, accuses Quiznos of making it difficult for operators to succeed by building units too close to each other and forcing franchisees to buy food and supplies at high prices from ...
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