Two of the industry’s Wall Street darlings have taken a beating this year

Chipotle, which once flirted with $2,000 a share, along with Domino’s have lost more than 20% of their value thus far in 2022.


When Burger King nearly started serving Domino’s Pizza

The Bottom Line: In the 1990s, Burger King tested a Domino’s-branded personal pizza that proved remarkably successful, until the suits got in the way.

CEO Ritch Allison said that the company will make changes to its national value offers, starting by making its $7.99 carryout deal online only, as supply chain and labor costs hit hard.

Amid a wave of consolidation, the world's largest pizza chain believes it can keep growing on its own.

Operators in several markets handed them out to random delivery customers as part of the company’s effort to highlight high fees for third-party delivery.

The pizza chain has had the same $5.99/$7.99 offers for years. Higher labor and food prices have some analysts wondering if the company will change it, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The pizza chain’s U.S. comparable store sales declined 1.9% but were up 15.6% on a two-year basis.

Labor challenges and the end of stimulus payments left the company with its first same-store sales decline in 40 quarters and may portend to a slowing recovery, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The pizza chain now has more locations than its chief rival globally, capping a decade-long period of growth that has changed the pizza business.

The sale is the final step in a streamlining intended to strengthen Domino's Pizza Group's focus on the U.K. and Ireland.

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