FSNA Reports Steep Drop in Revenue

Franchise Services of North America Inc. (FSNA) has released its financial results for the quarter ending June 30.

Revenue and the net income from continuing operations were $2,628,557 and $64,622, respectively, according to FSNA.

Revenue for last year’s quarter (ending June 30, 2013) was $50,690,948, with a net loss of $5,893,823.

FSNA’s unaudited interim financial reports for the quarter ended June 30, says the company. 

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