ANN ARBOR Mich. Citing a “challenging domestic environment” and higher interest expenses from the company’s larger debt levels, Domino’s Pizza Inc. posted on Tuesday a 55.2-percent dive in its third-quarter net income as well as a 1.6-percent drop in domestic systemwide same-store sales. The same-store sales result, which reflected a 2-percent drop at U.S. franchised locations and a 0.8-percent uptick at U.S. corporate units, was yet another negative outcome after the pizza delivery ...
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