Officials for Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Domino’s Pizza Inc. said they were pleased with the company’s global performance in 2011, but chief executive Patrick Doyle said the brand has not achieved the momentum it wanted in terms of domestic restaurant growth. The number of franchised locations in the United States grew in 2011, he said, but mostly as a result of strong franchisees acquiring 58 company-operated locations. Since 2008, weaker franchise operators were asked to leave the ...

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