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Who Made Domino's Great Again?

Domino’s stock is hotter than a jalapeño pizza, up 46 percent since the start of the year. In a third-quarter earnings report released Tuesday, America’s largest pizza delivery company announced that revenues were up 17 percent over last year, which is actually fairly typical of the chain’s recent financial performance. But it is a little confusing. When, and why, did the world start loving Domino’s? I’d insert a joke here about the taste, but as a New Yorker, I could lose my rent-controlled apartment and municipal retainer fees for even ordering the stuff.
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