With 2,415 units in the United States, Little Caesars Pizza is continuing to grow in these tough economic times by recruiting franchisees from the growing ranks of former auto industry careerists who’ve lost their jobs due to cutbacks, said Dave Scrivano, the company’s president. This outreach to individuals who’ve been victimized by turmoil in the auto industry, much of which is headquartered in Detroit, also where Little Caesars is based, is a departure for the pizza chain, which usually ...

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