When Massachusetts teen Syon Khosla ordered a pizza on Friday night and asked for a joke to be written on the box, he wasn't expecting the phrase “What’s the difference between a black person and a piece [expletive]”?
What happened Domino's (NYSE: DPZ) stock gained 43% in 2016, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. ^SPX data by YCharts. The rally contributed to massive growth for long-term shareholders, who have seen theirShow More Summary
Blaze Pizza is already the fastest-growing restaurant chain in America. Now, it's setting its sights on the rest of the world. Blaze Pizza opened 68 new restaurants in the last year, reaching 173 locations across the US. The fast-casual pizza chain grew sales 84% in 2016, to $186 million from $101 million in 2015. Show More Summary
Domino's Pizza will be jacking up its menu prices by 10 per cent on Sundays. This surcharge has been introduced due to an increase in weekend penalty rates for Domino's workers. If you're currently watching your pennies, the smart move here is to avoid Domino's Pizza on Sundays entirely. Problem solved! More »
When Andrea Stone ordered some food from a local Domino's in Indianapolis last week, she didn't realize she'd be receiving pizza and proselytizing.Her food came with a pamphlet saying "Eternal life is a free gift."
The pizza giant is allowing you to be a pig without any of the mess.
A lot of pizzerias might be mom and pop businesses, but the reality is that the pizza industry is valued at over $38 billion in the US alone. Most people know about the “big four”—Pizza Hut, Domino’s, Papa John’s, and Little Caesars—but in this episode, we explore some new frontiers of the pizza business. We […]
Want to attack your pizza like a Neanderthal, but worried about getting sauce all over your fancy clothes? Domino's has the perfect gag garment for you. Just in time for New Year's Day, which is Domino's busiest day of the year in the...Show More Summary
Mr. Precident Trump and President Putin, esteemed guest of honors Mr. Tillerson (shout out you nutty little monkey), Mr. Comey (FBI means "For Bucks I do anything"), owners of Dominos Pizza (it's better than what we get in Moscow! Can I get an amen?), master actors Busey, Ferrigno, rock and roll legend, Mr. Show More Summary
More than 30 organizations — including Domino's Pizza, WebMD and Tripadvisor — bring new functionality to Google's smart speaker. Hot on the heels of its latest feature expansion, which brought Netflix and Google Photos integration, Google Home can now order you pizza. OK, that's not all it can do. Show More Summary
Amazon infiltrated the home when no one was looking with a smart assistant loaded on some low-price hardware, and now the competition has a whole lot of catching up to do. In this last push ahead of the holidays, Google is certainly making a valiant effort. Show More Summary
The catch is that it's in England
Actions, if you didn’t know the specific term, are the things Google Home can do. Today, the device is receiving support for a lot more of them, including Actions to work with 3rd-party services such as Domino’s pizza, WebMD, The Bartender,...Show More Summary
More than 30 startups and companies like Dominos Pizza, Food Network, Product Hunt launched new actions for Google Home today. Actions, like Amazon Alexa skills, give a user control and command of Google Assistant. This marks the largest rollout of actions since Google Home went on sale in October and since the Google Assistant platform to make commands […]
“Alexa, ask Pizza Hut for a pizza.” Starting tomorrow, people will be able to order Pizza Hut for delivery without picking up the phone or even lifting a finger. Months after Domino’s announced a partnership with Amazon, Pizza Hut has...Show More Summary
The future is coming in the form of a Domino's pizza delivered by drone. That's if Google parent company Alphabet has something to do with it, anyway: The tech giant wants to build an online marketplace for $6 drone deliveries it will...Show More Summary
By opting to decorate scooters instead of using reindeer, Domino's Pizza in Japan showed that practical marketing considerations don't trump creativity.
Domino’s wanted reindeer to deliver pizza, but the new helpers weren’t into any reindeer games.