Domino’s Pizza Inc. chief executive Patrick Doyle called 2010 a “banner year” for the pizza delivery operation, and said he is just as excited for 2011, when the company will look to grow sales in the United States and sustain rapid expansion internationally. “Yes, we turned 50 years old in 2010, but we’re a new Domino’s,” Doyle said. “We are in excellent position for the future.” After two years of negative store growth in the United ...

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