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Domino's begins to struggle after a long period of prosperity.

Domino’s ends positive same-store sales streak after 10 years as labor struggles continue

CEO Ritch Allison said they have raised corporate wages and introduced a new applicant tracking system to offset these challenges

For the first time in 41 quarters, Domino’s saw its U.S. same-store sales slip, with a reported third quarter decrease of 1.9%, which the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based pizza chain attributed to both the ongoing challenges of the pandemic (reinvigorated by the delta variant) and growing labor struggles.

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