(Continued from page 1) Technology has been key to driving sales and improving unit-level economics in Domino’s domestic system of nearly 4,900 stores, Doyle said. An improvement in store profitability would ultimately dictate renewed net unit count growth in the United States, which has been flat for years, he said, but U.S. expansion would only be “modest” once again in 2013, with the bulk of the company’s total openings happening outside the United ...

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