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Domino's Pizza Group Says Ian Bull Will Step Into Role Of Interim Chairman
Domino's Pizza Appoints Usman Nabi To Board As Non-Executive Director
Browning West LP, Browning West UGP Manco LLC, Usman Nabi Disclose 5.33% Stake In Domino's Pizza Group As Of Oct. 18 - Filing
Domino's Pizza Group plc is a United Kingdom-based pizza delivery company. The Company holds the franchise rights for the Domino's brand in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg. The Company's segments are the UK, Ireland, Switzerland and international investments. It operates over 1,000 stores across its markets. It has approximately 950 stores in the United Kingdom, approximately 40 stores in the Republic of Ireland and over 10 stores in Switzerland. The Company's main facility is located at West Ashland, Milton Keynes, and a secondary plant in the North-west in Penrith. It also has satellite bases in Livingston and Bristol.
Stephen Glen Hemsley
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
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Domino's Pizza Group <DOM.L> on Tuesday said its long-serving Chairman Stephen Hemsley will step down from the board, four months after the British pizza delivery chain announced the retirement of its chief executive officer.
Domino's Pizza Group Plc <DOM.L>, Britain's biggest pizza delivery company, on Thursday said it would quit its loss-making international operations, sending shares higher in early trade.
* DOMINO’S BUSINESSES IN NORWAY, SWEDEN, ICELAND, SWITZERLAND WILL CONTINUE TO TRADE AS NORMAL UNDER THE DOMINO’S BRAND
Domino's Pizza Group Plc, Britain's biggest pizza delivery company, said on Thursday it will exit its international markets, where it has been facing mounting losses.
(This June story corrects throughout to say UK's Domino's to replace its CEO with Europe CEO of Australia's Domino's Pizza Enterprises)
Domino's warned of a loss in its international business this year, sending shares in Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm lower and eclipsing a rise in first-quarter group sales.
Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm Domino's Pizza Group said on Tuesday it no longer expected to break even in its international business this year, plagued by persistently weak sales across Europe.
Domino's Pizza on Tuesday warned a slowdown in overseas markets would dent its 2018 underlying pre-tax profit, sending shares in Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm down more than 10 percent, on course for their worst day in two years.
Domino's Pizza Group said on Tuesday it expects full-year underlying pretax profit at the lower end of a consensus range, despite selling a record number of pizzas on the Friday before Christmas.
Domino's Pizza Inc's <DPZ.N> UK franchise Domino's Pizza Group <DOM.L> launched a 25 million pound share buyback on Thursday after posting a 6 percent rise in organic sales due to a rise in website and app orders.
Domino's Pizza Inc's UK franchise Domino's Pizza Group trimmed its full year forecast for pretax profit in line with market expectations on Thursday while announcing a new 25 million pounds ($32.70 million) share buyback plan.
Rising overseas costs, particularly in Norway, overshadowed an improvement in sales at Domino's Pizza Group <DOM.L>, pushing first-half pre-tax profit down almost 10 percent and sending the company's shares to an 11-month low.
Domino's Pizza Group on Tuesday reported a 12.8 percent increase in half-year sales, getting a boost from the FIFA World Cup and higher online orders.
Domino's Pizza Group <DOM.L> said its chief financial officer Rachel Osborne had left with immediate effect, in a statement which reiterated that the biggest pizza delivery firm in Britain was on track to meet guidance.
Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm Domino's Pizza Group <DOM.L> said first-quarter sales rose 18.3 percent as strong trading around the New Year and Easter, and online orders helped offset the impact of unusually colder weather.
Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm Domino's Pizza Group said first-quarter sales were up 18.3 percent as strong trading around New Year and Easter period helped offset the impact of unusually colder weather.
* IN GERMANY FOR Q1, COMPLETED ACQUISITION OF HALLO PIZZA AND INTEGRATION PROCESS HAS BEGUN
Domino's Pizza Group Plc, Britain's biggest pizza-delivery firm, on Thursday reported a better-than-expected 10.2 percent rise in full-year pretax profit on strength in domestic and other European markets.
Domino's Pizza Group Plc, Britain's biggest pizza-delivery firm, on Thursday reported a 10.2 percent rise in full-year pretax profit on strength in domestic and other European markets.
Britain's Domino's Pizza Group <DOM.L> said on Tuesday its annual pretax profit would be slightly ahead of market expectations after popular television music competition X Factor boosted its fourth-quarter sales.
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