OVERLAND PARK Kan. Signaling a possible turnaround for the 7,500-unit domestic Pizza Hut system that suffered through falling sales throughout 2009, NPC International Inc., the chain’s largest franchisee, said it expects double-digit growth in same-store sales for fiscal 2010’s first quarter.The Overland Park-based company with 1,149 Pizza Hut restaurants, on Friday reported a small loss for its Dec. 29-ended fourth quarter and said it swung to a profit from a year-ago loss for the full ...
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