Foodservice franchising is losing some of its sizzle, according to recent research that shows fewer new franchisors are entering the restaurant industry.After nearly half a century of being a favored business model for those desiring self-employment, restaurant franchising is experiencing a downslide that could accelerate as the economy continues to struggle and franchisors raise the financial qualifications for potential franchisees. Although quick-service and full-service ...

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