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Among 3 New Fast-Casual Pizza Chains, Transparency Pays

Do franchise buyers want to know how much a franchise can make? And even if buyers want it, does it pay for franchisors to disclose it?

Domino’s Delivers Salads Nationwide

photo courtesy of Domino's

Domino's Pizza (NYSE: DPZ) announced its affiliated stores are now delivering salads nationwide.

Domino's $1,300 Bank Deposit Gets Misdelivered to Customer

It was a bad day for the Berkeley, California, Domino's Pizza shop manager—the delivery man who was to take the restaurant's $1,300 in cash to the bank lost it en route.  

Domino’s Names Tech Investor Andy Ballard to Board

ANN ARBOR – Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) announced this morning that it appointed Andy Ballard to its board of directors on July 15.

Domino’s Franchise Dough Rises in Q2, CFO Retires

ANN ARBOR, Mich.—Domino's Pizza, Inc. (NYSE:DPZ) today announced strong results for both its franchisees and itself in the second quarter of 2015. Same-restaurant sales of domestic franchised outlets grew 12.8 percent in the second quarter of 2015, while same-restaurant sales at company-owned stores were up 12.5 percent.

Australia Domino’s Crowdsources New Pizza Launches

Domino's Australian sub-franchisor is testing new product launches that are crowd-inspired. A mobile app, Pizza Mogul, allows the crowds to vote on what pizzas fit Australian tastes – like anchovies, spinach and chili lime drizzled pizza.

Q3 Sales Sizzle for Domino’s Franchisees

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Domino's Pizza Inc. (NYSE:DPZ) announced last Tuesday that its franchise same-store sales growth was up a large-sized 7.8 percent in its third quarter compared to a year ago.

Domino's Lacks Authority to Be Held Liable for Employee of Franchisee

SAN FRANCISCO – In a sexual harassment lawsuit, the California Supreme Court presented franchisors with a big victory last week. The high court ruled that Domino’s Pizza could not be held liable for the bad behavior of an employee in a franchised location because the franchise agreement defines the limits of liability in employment claims.

Franchisee Files SEC Whistleblower Complaint against Domino's Pizza

350px-The_Office_of_the_Whistleblower(SEC)_SymbolANN ARBOR, Michigan – A franchisee, financially devastated through years of disputes and litigation with Domino’s Pizza (NYSE:DPZ), is now taking a new path in fighting against the publicly traded pizza giant. And this time he is doing it without an attorney.

Ambiguity In Forum Clause Creates Conflict; Lassie bites Maude

Poor drafting by counsel for a dealer has led to an international stand-off, with New York and London courts each claiming jurisdiction; parties are located in Italy, New York, and Virginia.