Who among us can't think of at least one online reputation disaster involving a huge brand? Whether it was the United guitar scenario or the Domino's pizza video from 2009, examples abound.
Domino's Pizza is scheduled to release second-quarter results shortly, so let's take a look and see if it's about to cook up another earnings beat.
The pizza chain has a franchise deal with an Indian company that's dominating the market. This rapid expansion could also be good news for Dunkin' Brands.
A Kentucky man arrested for shoplifting allegedly tried to get back at the cops by pretending to be a police officer and ordering five Domino's Pizzas to the precinct. Read more...
It didn't work for Domino's, but now Pizza Hut is offering pizza-shaped chocolate chip cookies that you can have delivered right to your door.
Following in the footsteps of competitors Papa John's and Domino's, Pizza Hut is expanding its dessert offerings. On Monday, Pizza Hut rolled out a pizza-shaped chocolate chip cookie that's remarkably similar to Papa John's Mega Chocolate Chip Cookie. Show More Summary
The rivalry between the two pizza giants continues to both inform and entertain.
Do you recall the Domino’s Pizza mascot, the Noid? Their catchphrase was “Avoid the Noid,” the gremlin that made bad things happen to pizza. Domino’s used the Noid in advertising from 1979 to 1989, which I remember well, but I don’t recall that one incident that spelled the demise of the character. Show More Summary
Pizza Hut has been having difficulties selling its pies in the U.S., and the numbers have shown the company’s struggle, especially against rival Domino’s. However, Pizza Hut isn’t about to give up. No, the company plans to ride into battle for success on the backs of chicken and turtles, brandishing their shiny katanas. The situation?
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The Noid wasn't just a terrible corporate mascot. He annoyed one man to his death. In 1986, advertising agency Group 243 was tasked with creating a mascot for Domino's Pizza. Their creation--the Noid--was one of the most inexplicably popular mascots in corporate history. Show More Summary
Worth every penny. Nathaniel Bolwell, a 19-year-old kid from Wales, was pretty sure he had about £400 in his account when his debit card was declined at the supermarket, so he checked with his bank Lloyds and discovered he hadn't exactly gotten a bargain on the large cheese pizza he ordered from Domino's. Show More Summary
Domino's Pizza's 1980s mascot, The Noid, was an obnoxious character that did everything in its power to delay pizza deliveries. It was a huge success for the company. Read the rest
A Domino's location in Wales accidentally charged a man nearly £180,000 ($307,900.00 USD) for just one pizza. According to the Independent, Nathiel Bowell believed he had paid £17.99 ($30.80 USD) for a large cheese pizza but it turned out...
The pilot of a diverted Frontier Airlines plane is officially The Man. According to a Fox affiliate in Denver, the unnamed captain called a Domino’s in Cheyenne, Wyoming after a flight from Washington to Denver had to make an unplanned...Show More Summary
Look to Domino’s Pizza and Papa John’s for the answer.
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The battle for affordable pizza between Pizza Hut and Domino’s took an interesting turn last week, with 80 Pizza Hut franchisees lodging an injunction against the parent company’s “$4.95 pizza” promotion. While the Federal Court rejected the injunction, it does present an interesting question: is there such a thing as a pizza that’s too cheap? More »
In a profile piece on Tom Monaghan and Mike Ilitch, the founders of pizza giants Domino's and Little Caesars respectively, Bloomberg notes that the men both founded similar companies in Detroit around the same time. Now that their stories are...