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|Stock:||Domino's Pizza, Inc.|
|Domino's Pizza, Inc. is incorporated in the state of Delaware. It is a pizza delivery company in the United States, based on reported consumer spending, and has a presence internationally. Over its 52-year history, the Company has developed a simple business model focused on its core strength of delivering quality pizza in a timely manner. This business model includes a delivery-oriented store design with low capital requirements, a focused menu of pizza and complementary side items, committed owner-operator franchisees and a vertically-integrated distribution system. Its earnings are driven largely from retail sales at its franchise stores, which generate royalty payments and distribution revenues to it. Domino's also generate earnings through retail sales at its Company-owned stores. The Company operates its business in three segments: domestic stores, domestic supply chain and international. Domestic stores segment consists of its domestic franchise operations, which oversee its network of 4,540 franchise stores and 388 Company-owned stores located in the contiguous United States; Domestic supply chain segment, which manufactures its dough and thin crust products for all of the Company-owned stores and over 99% of its domestic franchise stores, and, processes vegetables and distributes food, equipment and supplies to certain domestic stores, generated revenues of $942.2 million and income from operations of $73.8 million during 2012. International segment is comprised of 5,327 franchise stores outside the contiguous United States. It also manufactures dough and distributes food and supplies in a limited number of these markets. During 2012, the Company opened its 10,000th store worldwide and as of December 30, 2012, and had 10,255 stores worldwide. The Company’s franchisee operates 911 stores in five international markets, and accounted for approximately 8.9% of its total store count. The U.S. and international pizza delivery and carry-out segments are highly competitive. Domestically, the company competes against regional and local companies as well as national chains Pizza Hut®, Papa John’s® and Little Caesars Pizza®. Internationally, it competes against Pizza Hut® and country-specific national and local companies. The Company is subject to various federal, state and local laws affecting the operation of its business, as its franchisees, including various health, sanitation, fire and safety standards. Each store is subject to licensing and regulation by a number of governmental authorities, which include zoning, health, safety, sanitation, building and fire agencies in the jurisdiction in which the store is located.|
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