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As takeout sales boom, fast-casual pizza turns to bigger pies

Blaze Pizza is the latest to test larger pizzas as it focuses more intently on delivery sales—pitting the chains directly against traditional players.

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Pizza Inn learns to love its buffet

The chain expanded its all-you-can-eat hours, and sales have grown ever since.

Speaking on CNBC, CEO Steve Ritchie said the chain hopes John Schnatter will benefit from its turnaround, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The company’s sales have worsened over the past 18 months, and things aren’t getting any easier, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Jeff Smith was named chairman as the company got a cash infusion to pay off debt and invest behind its strategic initiatives.

The company is reportedly no longer for sale, but is looking for an investor as it seeks to recover from a tough year.

Points for Pies uses artificial intelligence to determine whether customers are eating pizza and awards points, no matter where it’s from.

The longtime human resources executive takes a newly created position at the pizza chain.

The company says “fortressing” will build sales and protect its market from third-party delivery.

A Delaware judge said the company failed to prove that its founder’s request for records was improper.