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Being A Fast Food Franchise Owner Is Just As Bad As Working For One

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MCDONALDS FRANCHISEE
Franchise owners Elizabeth, left, and Luan Sadik pose for a portrait inside one of the Burger King restaurants they have closed Wednesday, March 5, 2008 in New York. The family who owned several failed Burger Kings is suing the fast food giant, claiming the company's $1 value menu made it impossible for them to turn a profit in high-priced Manhattan. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) | ASSOCIATED PRESS

In the tight-fisted world of fast food, it’s not just the workers who get a lousy deal.

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