Despite challenging economic times, restaurant operators must demonstrate care and concern for their employees, said former McDonaldâ€™s franchisee Steve Bigari. Almost three years ago, Bigari, a Colorado Springs, Colo., resident, sold 11 of his McDonaldâ€™s franchisees to McDonaldâ€™s Corp., and the 12th to his operations manager. That freed Bigari to focus on the nonprofit, microlending organization he started, Americaâ€™s Family.Americaâ€™s Family helps businesses assist struggling ...
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