While the pizza chain anticipates domestic growth, it expects international markets to offer stronger potential for expansion
Domino’s Pizza executives said the chain’s reformulated pizza and international growth fueled third-quarter sales gains throughout the system. J. Patrick Doyle, chief executive of the 9,541-unit chain, said during a conference call with investors that Domino’s 3-percent domestic same-store sales increase, compared with an 11.7-percent result a year earlier, showed that its recent sales success was more than a temporary spike from introducing a new, reformulated ...
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