As two of the largest pizza delivery companies, Domino’s Pizza Inc. and Papa John’s International Inc., closed out a rough 2008, they were nonetheless cautiously optimistic about better days ahead in 2009. With very different fourth-quarter results released late last month—Domino’s profit fell 32 percent and Papa John’s earnings rose 64 percent—both said improving sales trends and lower cheese prices could combine to help pizza operations turn the ...

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