DALLAS Competitors Pizza Hut and Domino's used measurements -- including pepperoni count -- in an exchange of press releases Tuesday that debated which chain offered the best value. Pizza Hut is pushing its Pizza Mia deal, in which customers can order three or more one-topping pizzas for $5 each. On the other side is Domino's, whose 444 Deal offers four one-topping pies for $4 each.Pizza Hut asserted in a press release Tuesday morning that its Pizza Mia special, which is ...

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