ANN ARBOR Mich. Dominoâ€™s Pizza Inc. reported Tuesday an 8-percent drop in third-quarter profit as sales continued to decline in its U.S. market and the nationwide credit freeze led to slower unit development among franchisees. The parent to the national pizza delivery chain also said it would seek additional sources of liquidity, as the now-bankrupt Lehman Brothers was a primary lender responsible for commitments of up to $90 million under Dominoâ€™s $150 million variable funding ...
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