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Midday Report: Stocks Turn Mixed After 2 Days of Big Gains

A rally is losing steam on Wall Street as indexes inch higher following two days of triple-digit gains.The Dow Jones industrial average was up 16 points at 14,091 at midday. It's just 73 points below the record high it reached in October 2007.

Domino's Now Serving Pan Pizza: Should Pizza Hut Be Worried?

Let the deep-dish pizza wars begin: Domino's rolled out pan pizza at nearly 5,000 U.S. stores Monday, seeking to grab a slice of Pizza Hut's customer base. The nation's biggest pizza joint says it isn't fretting over the No. 2 player's latest menu move. But maybe it should be.

Why Domino's Pizza Will Never Be Great Again

Shares of Domino's hit a new 52-week high this week. The stock has more than doubled this year. The company has beaten Wall Street's profit targets for three consecutive quarters, and analyst projections keep inching higher. Is the author really going to let one exceptionally bad experience with the Pizza Tracker cloud his judgment?

Trapped Outside Paradise at Denver International Airport

How hard can it be to get a really good chicken walnut sandwich at Denver International Airport? Depending on when you land, a lot harder than you'd guess. And it's not just Denver: The problem of airport restaurants that are closed when passengers are still arriving is irritatingly widespread.

Domino's Japan to Pay $31,000 for One Hour's Work

Domino%u2019s Pizza Japan will pay one lucky worker 2.5 million yen ($31,000) for an hour%u2019s work. The pizza outlet gave no details on the job%u2019s duties. The only requirement was that applicants must be over 18, according to The Associated Press.

Judge Grants Class Action Status to Domino's Pizza Drivers

A federal judge gave class-action status to Domino%u2019s Pizza Inc (DPZ) delivery drivers who sued the chain for failing to provide sufficient reimbursement for delivery costs. The drivers say this meant they were being paid less than the minimum wage. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank covers thousands of drivers in states other than California and New York, Reuters reported. The case was first brought by two Domino%u2019s delivery workers in Minnesota.

Domino's Reborn? New Recipe Helps Boost Sales

For a company that just a couple of months ago humbly admitted that its product was "lacking" and its pizza crust tasted like "cardboard," Domino's Pizza certainly seems to be feeling confident these days. The Ann Arbor, Mich.-based company is now boasting a whole new taste -- and some pretty impressive profit growth, as well.

Domino's CEO to Head Athletics at Michigan

The departure of Domino's Pizza CEO David A. Brandon, expected to become athletic director at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, comes at a critical time for shareholders and Michigan fans alike, as Domino's revamps its products and delivery, and as Michigan's athletic program is under NCAA investigation.

Dirty Domino's workers found, fired

After some sleuthing by readers of The Consumerist, two Domino's employees who did dirty things with customers' food in the back room and posted...