Chain also credits new technologies, aggressive pricing for improvement in sales
As Domino’s Pizza celebrated its 50th anniversary, company executives told investors and analysts that international business would provide for much of the system’s growth in the near term. Officials also said Domino’s domestic system would continue to capitalize on recent traffic gains. Chief executive Patrick Doyle laid out a long-term guidance of 3-percent to 5-percent same-store sales growth for Domino’s international business. He provided a more modest range of ...
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