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Early Pizza Chain Founders Forge Ahead on Ambitious New Projects

Tom Monaghan, now 77, founder of Domino's, and Mike Ilitch,  84, founder of Little Caesars, established their pizza businesses well over five decades ago and just a year apart in Motown.

Noble Roman's Still Pursuing Franchisees

Pursing phantom royalties from defunct franchisees and pursuing franchise fees from new applicants, Noble Roman's (OTC: NROM) is a puzzling case study in franchising.

Domino's Delivers Big on Super Bowl Sunday


Web page of Domino's for ordering pizza

Practice, training and preparation paid off this past Sunday as Domino's Pizza stores in Pittsburgh took on their biggest day of the year, with nearly 45 percent of Super Bowl Sunday orders coming in digital form.

Domino’s CEO Patrick Doyle on Leading

Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle
Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle, photo care of Domino's

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — J. Patrick Doyle, president and chief executive officer of Domino's Pizza Inc. (NYSE: DPZ), speaks with Blue MauMau on the art of leading franchise owners.

Most Effective Restaurant Commercials of the Year

Ace Metrix has released its list of the year's most effective restaurant ads.

Domino's Sets Wage Record

Wages in Japan are high, but $31,000 an hour is still a record.

Former Finance Professionals Invest in Little Caesars Pizza

Entrepreneurial Ambitions Lead to Second Career

Papa John’s Names Thompson Co-CEO

LOUISVILLE, KY.— Papa John's International, Inc. (NASDAQ: PZZA) yesterday announced the promotion of its president and chief operating officer Jude Thompson to co-chief executive officer, along with the company's founder and current chairman John Schnatter.

"Incredible Pizza" Franchisee Loses $46 Million

Lloyd Robert French invested in a new franchise concept and lost $46,995,735 in 6 years.

NakedPizza Gets Boost from Mark Cuban

NakedPizza, a social-networking-savvy pizza restaurant here, said it got slammed Friday with its Twitter-based “Eat Like an Ancestor” promotion, which comes days after the concept got a major investment from Mark