Officials for Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Domino’s Pizza Inc. said the chain’s recent successes, from a 15.6-percent increase in second-quarter profit to $38.5 million to accelerated store growth in the United States and abroad, comes down to the traction the company has sustained in same-store sales. In the June 15-ended second quarter, Domino’s comparable sales rose 5.4 percent in domestic restaurants and 7.7 percent in stores in its completely franchised international ...

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