7-ELEVEN Franchise Owners are Glorified Managers, Franchisee Tells NPR

The plight of 7-Eleven franchisees has reached National Public Radio (NPR).  An NPR news story on the problems in franchising

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7-ELEVEN Franchise Lawsuit Alleges Stalking and Harrassment of 7-11 Franchisee

(UnhappyFranchisee.Com) by Sean Kelly A successful, multi-unit franchise owner who was the 2008 Franchisee of the Year is suing 7-Eleven,

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7-ELEVEN Patel Franchise Lawsuit Alleges 7-11 “Storm Trooper” Tactics

(UnhappyFranchisee.Com) by Sean Kelly  A lawsuit filed against 7-Eleven, Inc. yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Central District

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7-ELEVEN Stole My Store – Tyrone Carr’s Story [UPDATED]

UnhappyFranchisee.Com is receiving a growing number of stories from long-time 7-Eleven franchise owners  claiming that 7-Eleven, Inc. is unfairly targeting

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7-ELEVEN Targets Portland, OR Franchise for Seizure

The number of 7-Eleven franchise store seizures by 7-Eleven, Inc. continues to grow. (UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  One of the latest targets is

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7-ELEVEN Sodhi Lawsuit to Proceed to Trial

In June, 2013 7-Eleven, Inc. attempted to terminate Karamjeet Sodhi’s franchise agreements and seize control of his 6 profitable 7-Eleven

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7-ELEVEN, Inc. to Keep Seized Florida Franchise of Pursharth Kapoor

7-Eleven, Inc. has settled its lawsuit against franchisee Kapoor Brothers, Inc. and Pursharth Kapoor in the United States District Court,

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7-ELEVEN Dev Patel Radio Interview on Riverside Franchise Seizure (Audio)

Dev Patel, the son of Riverside, CA 7-Eleven franchise owners Dilip & Saroj Patel, took to the airwaves last week

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7-ELEVEN Protest Over 7-11 Franchise Store Seizure (Pictures)

Customers, friends & family of 7-Eleven franchise owners Dilip and Saroj Patel gathered in Riverside, CA to show their support

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7-ELEVEN Franchisee Sodhi Can Operate Stores Despite 7-Eleven Court Battle

7-Eleven franchise owner Karamjeet Sodhi can continue to operate his 6 New Jersey convenience stores without interference while litigation with

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