Domino's Pizza Inc

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Domino's Pizza is an American pizza restaurant chain company, headquartered in Michigan and incorporated in Delaware. The company operates in 13,800+ locations in 85+ markets around the world,[2017] The company operates through 3 business segments:

  • Domestic Stores: consists primarily of its 4,979 franchise operations in the USA.
  • International Franchise: a network of franchised stores in 85+ international markets.
  • Supply Chain: 18 regional dough manufacturing and food supply chain centres in the USA, a thin crust manufacturing centre, a vegetable processing centre and a centre providing equipment and supplies to certain of its domestic and international stores.



Total float: 99.4%
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UK Operations

Domino's Pizza Group plc is a UK-based pizza delivery company which holds the franchise rights for the Domino's brand in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg. It operates 1,000+ stores across its markets, with ~950 stores in the UK, ~40 stores in the Republic of Ireland, and 10+ stores in Switzerland. The company's main facility is located at West Ashland, Milton Keynes, and a secondary plant in the North-west in Penrith; it also has satellite bases in Livingston and Bristol.


Total float: 90.4%
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  • Dec.08.2018: Domino’s Pizza boss David Wild warned his shops may go to war for bigger slice of profits. Disgruntled franchisees have written to the board of Domino’s Pizza threatening to “declare war” on the fast-food chain if they are not handed a greater share of company profits. The Domino’s Franchise Association UK & Ireland, set up recently by 11 of the largest Domino’s franchisees, said it would boycott the company’s annual pizza-making festival in March if their demands are not met. They could also refuse to open new stores. The rancour centres on the ability of franchisees, who buy food and services from Domino’s, to make money from their operations. Sabah Meddings, The Times.