Domino's Pizza VS. Pizza Hut

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Domino’s Pizza is one of the biggest pizza delivery companies in the United Stated of America. The pizza chain is popular worldwide and has over nine thousand franchises all over the world.


Originally, the company was known as Dominick’s until it was purchased by Tom Monaghan who was the sole of owner of Domino’s. He saw some rapid growth in the company and after 38 years of success, Tom Monaghan sold over 90 percent share to Bain Capital Inc. The company stayed as a private limited company; however, after 6 more years, the shares were issued in the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol of DPZ. Since then, the company has been a hot attraction for investors. VLCEK, D. J., & DAVIDSON, J. P. (1992). The domino effect: how to grow sales, profits, and market share through super vision. Homewood, Ill, Business One Irwin. Papa John’s Pizza is another famous pizza delivery corporation in the U.S and is one of the largest pizza chains in the world. It is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. Papa John’s has also been growing internationally with over 500 franchises in more than 30 countries. Thin crust pizza has been the company’s specialty since its start. The company is a public limited company with thirty percent of its shares with John Schnatter, the founder of the company. Fast food companies have been a major attraction for investors during the years as they see greater potential returns. Restaurants such as McDonalds have received a lot of positive reviews in terms of performance and now the investors are looking to invest in other food companies like Papa John/’s and Domino’s.
FRANCHISEHELP, INC. (1998). Papa John's: better ingredients, better pizza. Elmsford, N.Y., FranchiseHelp.
To compare different companies, the potential investors need to look at the final accounts of the company which include a profit and loss account/ Income statement, the balance sheet, and the cash flow statement.
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