Groupon discounts can be a great deal for customers, but they’re turning out to be a serious problem for one Boston pizza chain. According to this article in Boston.com, Upper Crust’s parent company sold thousands of dollars worth of discount vouchers, never told the franchisees about it, kept all the proceeds, and then declared bankruptcy. Ten locations have closed, and the owners of the franchise locations are working hard to keep their businesses going.
There are many types of unforeseen circumstances that can negatively impact a seemingly solid business. Natural disasters, severe weather, bad behavior by a partner or colleague…the list is endless. In some instances, a business will be able to continue. In other cases, a business will need to clear. Very often, a business needs to move, to contain costs or facilitate growth.
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Hurricane Sandy Update
The impact of Hurricane Sandy continues to be felt throughout the region. Clean up efforts have advanced to the point where FedEx, UPS, and the USPS have resumed service, although delays are still to be expected for shipments sent to areas where recovery efforts are still in progress. It’s a good idea to check with your recipient about their individual circumstances before sending packages to make sure they are able to receive them.