Continued from page 1 Despite the slight constriction of average check, operating margins increased 1.3 percent to 31.1 percent of sales, Domino’s disclosed. The company credited a higher mix of franchise royalties into overall revenue, positive product mix and higher volumes in its supply chain business, and higher volumes in company-owned units that led to greater leverage of labor and occupancy costs. Doyle said Domino’s strong order count growth outperformed many ...

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