Head over to eBay to save on a laundry list of discounted gift cards, ranging from Domino’s Pizza to Jiffy Lube. Other great options include GameStop, Exxon, and Staples. Read more...
New York state’s attorney general has announced a lawsuit claiming the world’s second-largest pizza delivery chain is responsible for its franchisees knowingly underpaying workers through the parent company’s mandatory payroll software system. The issue underscores a running debate over how...
Domino’s Pizza and three of its franchises could be required to pay employees a lot more money if a newly filed New York lawsuit succeeds. The nation’s largest pizza delivery company and three of it’s New York franchisees underpaid workers at least $656,000 at ten New York-based stores, alleged the Attorney General’s office on Tuesday.... Show More Summary
The state's attorney general has sued Domino's Pizza Inc., affiliates and three franchisees alleging they underpaid workers based on payroll reports generated by the parent company's computer... To view the full story, click the title link.
If you're still having regrets about last weekend's midnight cheesy bread bender, today's news may be just what you need to swear off the stuff (or at least start tipping much better): Domino's has been systematically shortchanging its...Show More Summary
New York's AG alleges chain, three franchisees stiffed workers based on payroll reports generated by parent company's system
Domino's Pizza wasn't just delivering pizza but also substandard wages to hundreds of its workers, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman charged in a lawsuit Tuesday.
The attorney general of New York filed a lawsuit against Domino's on Tuesday, accusing the pizza giant of systematically shorting workers' pay. Fast-food restaurants are sued all the time for alleged wage theft. What makes this suitShow More Summary
According to a suit against the corporate franchiser that owns Domino’s Pizza, a computer system used across the state systematically undercounted hours worked by employees.
Renown vegan restauranteur Sarma Melngailis and her husband, Anthony Strangis, were apprehended after months on the run. Their downfall? They ordered a cheesy pizza from Domino's.
MobiKwik, Indian mobile payments’ network has partnered with Domino’s and Burger King for cashless payments across their outlets in 200+ Indian cities.
Hump day (AKA Wednesday) is arguably the most boring day of the week. So why not liven things up by grabbing one of these nifty online bargains? Deals that caught our eye this week include: Get 50% off Domino’s pizzas, YouTube Red’s introductory pricing, 5 Blu-rays for $10. More »
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Sarma Melngailis has been missing since last August. Even celebrity vegans can't resist pizza every now and again — no matter what the consequences are. Early last year, the staff at New York's now-closed raw-food vegan restaurant Pure Food & Wine walked off the job, claiming owner Sarma Melngailis hadn't paid them, or even showed up, in weeks. Show More Summary
Employees at a Domino’s in Oregon may have saved the life of a faithful customer who hadn’t called them in days. Read more...
Oh, yes, Domino's just did. The pizza chain may not be known for making very good pizza, but at least one establishment can now be known for having the best possible customer service any restaurant can have. Here's why: According toShow More Summary
Domino’s Pizza is one of the most popular fast-food pizza chains in America. And while critics say it’s not very healthy, a recent Domino’s customer is glad he orders his pizza there. In fact, it’s probably not a stretch to say that he would stake his life on it. Show More Summary
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Kirk Alexander of Salem, Oregon was such a loyal Domino’s Pizza customer that when he didn’t place an order at the restaurant for 11 days, the staff got worried. In an ultimate twist of irony, it was not ordering Domino's Pizza that saved Alexander's life. Show More Summary
Kirk Alexander of Salem, Oregon was a loyal Domino’s Pizza customer. So loyal, in fact, that when he didn’t place an order at the restaurant for almost two weeks, the eatery’s staff got worried. This concern, said authorities, likely...Show More Summary