Domino’s Pizza chief executive Patrick Doyle said he would never be thrilled with a negative same-store sales result, even the chain’s 1.4-percent decrease for the March 27-ended first quarter, which was based on a 14.3-percent rise a year ago. Because the year-to-year comparison was based on a time when Domino’s reformulated its pizza and drove sales and traffic to the highest levels in years, being slightly negative does not necessarily spell trouble for the 9,379-unit ...

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