ANN ARBOR Mich. Dominoâ€™s Pizza Inc., parent of the mostly franchised 8,394-unit Dominoâ€™s chain, reported an earnings plunge of 90.5 percent for its second quarter on the negative impact of a debt recapitalization completed in April and legal fees in a California wage and labor lawsuit. The chainâ€™s same-store sales returned to positive territory for the first time in six quarters, however, which company management said was â€śparticularly importantâ€ť during a time of increased labor, ...
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