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  • Fast food fan immediately regrets complaining to Domino's about pizza without toppings

    09/07/2014 4:06:06 PM PDT · by Focault's Pendulum · 49 replies
    the Telegraph ^ | August 18, 2014 11:25 AM
    Fast food fan immediately regrets complaining to Domino's about pizza without toppings A London-based Twitter user been widely mocked for making a bizarre complaint to Domino’s Pizza
  • Domino’s Pizza owner wins injunction on birth control mandate

    01/02/2013 8:36:51 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies
    Hotair ^ | 01/02/2013 | MARY KATHARINE HAM
    We had this in headlines a couple of days ago, but many probably missed it over the holidays. It's enough of a departure from other recent decisions that it's worth posting here, and I have a feeling we could use a little good news on a bad day. The devoutly Catholic founder of Domino's filed this lawsuit on behalf of an office park he owns in Michigan, not Domino's Pizza, but the suit is one of more than 40 brought against the federal government to prevent religious owners of secular businesses from being forced to violate their religious beliefs under...
  • Pizza magnate wins temporary ruling on contraception coverage dispute (Tom Monaghan)

    01/01/2013 12:31:09 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 21 replies
    CNN ^ | December 31, 2012 | Bill Mears
    The billionaire founder of Domino's Pizza has won a temporary court victory, with a federal judge blocking enforcement of part of the health care reform bill requiring most employers to provide a range of contraception and reproductive health services. Some business owners and their staff see that as a violation of their religious rights. Federal Judge Lawrence Zatkoff issued his order late Sunday, saying Thomas Monaghan had "shown that abiding by the mandate will substantially burden his exercise of religion." "The (federal) government has failed to satisfy its burden of showing that its actions were narrowly tailored to serve a...
  • Judge halts contraceptive mandate for Mich. firm

    12/31/2012 3:23:00 PM PST · by opentalk · 12 replies
    Associated Press ^ | December 31, 2012 | staff
    Detroit - A federal judge has ruled a property management company owned by the founder of Domino´s Pizza doesn ´t have to immediately implement mandatory contraception coverage in the health care law. U.S. District Judge Lawrence Zatkoff ruled Sunday in favor of Tom Monaghan and his Domino´s Farms Corp.,near Ann Arbor. Monaghan,a devout Roman Catholic,says contraception isn´t health care but a "gravely immoral" practice. Zatkoff granted Monaghan´s emergency motion for a temporary restraining order until a final decision is made in the case.
  • Pizza Hut to offer DirecTV at some of its restaurants

    11/15/2011 8:07:44 PM PST · by DemforBush · 13 replies · 1+ views
    LA Times ^ | 11/10/11 | n/a
    Some Pizza Hut customers will soon be able to get dinner and TV shows all in the confines of the fast-food restaurant. NPC International Inc., the world’s largest Pizza Hut franchisee, has started installing satellite TV in hundreds of its Pizza Hut locations across the nation. The Overland Park, Kan., company has partnered with Bulk TV & Internet, a supplier of DirecTV services, to offer diners television programming with their hand-tossed pizza...
  • Domino's tosses barbs at itself, and it's paying off

    06/01/2010 8:24:25 AM PDT · by re_tail20 · 52 replies · 1,444+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | May 31, 2010 | Greg Burns
    In the test kitchen at the corporate headquarters for Domino's Pizza Inc., a chef dressed in a starched white coat was going through the familiar motions: Sauce on crust, cheese on sauce, pepperoni on cheese, then bake. But this pizza's different, as it has been in Domino's stores across the U.S. since late December. The 9,000-unit chain took a big chance, not only reformulating its signature product for the American market but also disparaging its long-standing recipe in a straight-talk marketing campaign. The old crust? "Cardboard," the company admitted in its ads. The old sauce? "Ketchup." The staff? Weary of...
  • Domino's Pizza employees charged with felony for video food prank

    04/16/2009 2:44:36 PM PDT · by Justaham · 20 replies · 1,459+ views
    New York Times ^ | 4-15-09 | STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
    When two Domino’s Pizza employees filmed a prank in the restaurant’s kitchen, they decided to post it online. In a few days, thanks to the power of social media, they ended up with felony charges, more than a million disgusted viewers, and a major company facing a public relations crisis. In videos posted on YouTube and elsewhere this week, a Domino’s employee in Conover, N.C., prepared sandwiches for delivery while putting cheese up his nose, nasal mucus on the sandwiches, and violating other health-code standards while a fellow employee provided narration. The two were charged with delivering prohibited foods.
  • Domino’s CEO David Brandon To Bailout Wall Street With New Promotion

    04/05/2009 3:57:55 PM PDT · by writer33 · 8 replies · 538+ views
    Elective Decisions ^ | 04/05/09 | Chris Davis
    Ann Arbor, MI—After shamelessly pandering to populism, David Brandon, Domino’s Pizza CEO is now going to bailout Wall Street. The recent line of advertising—“Domino’s Big Taste Bailout”—is an offer to deliver three or more medium size one topping pizzas or sandwiches for just five dollars.
  • Monaghan Endorses Romney

    01/10/2008 10:06:11 AM PST · by Checkers · 193 replies · 413+ views
    hughhewitt.townhall.com ^ | 01/09/2008 | Hugh Hewitt
    Domino's Pizza founder Tom Monaghan endorsed Mitt Romney today. As one of Michigan's highest profile business successes this would be news in itself, but it is far more important than just another keen observer of the economy recognizing Romney's qualifications to serve as president. Monaghan is a Catholic's Catholic, the founder of Ave Maria University and Law School, and one of the forces behind Legatus, an organization of senior Catholic business leaders. He is an ardent pro-lifer, and a man deeply concerned with rescuing the culture. Monaghan's decision to announce today is a clear signal to social conservatives that it...
  • "Conservative" Catholic Law School Aids/Abets Illegal Aliens

    07/08/2006 11:20:45 AM PDT · by radar101 · 14 replies · 585+ views
    DEBBIESCHLUSSEL.com ^ | 7 JULY 2006 | Debbie Schlussel
    When Domino's Pizza founder and billionaire Tom Monaghan set up Ave Maria School of Law, he claimed it was because all other Catholic law schools were liberal, and he wanted a conservative one. So, given that, what the heck is conservative about helping illegal aliens? That's the latest project of Ave Maria School of Law, which makes it . . . just like all the other liberal Catholic law schools. Question for our many conservative Catholic readers who are against illegal immigration: Is there any Catholic belief whatsoever that requires aiding and abetting illegal aliens? More from "People Making News"...
  • ACLU opposes creation of 'Catholic town'

    03/01/2006 8:05:15 AM PST · by grundle · 74 replies · 1,644+ views
    msnbc.msn.com ^ | Feb. 22, 2006
    ACLU opposes creation of 'Catholic town' Domino's Pizza founder wants to build new town with 'Catholic values' ACLU opposes creation of 'Catholic town' Feb. 21: The Situation's Tucker Carlson asks Howard Simon, the Executive Director of Florida's ACLU, why his group is trying to stop the founder of Domino's pizza from building a town with Catholic values, and pharmacies that may not stock contraceptives. TRANSCRIPT MSNBC Updated: 3:45 p.m. ET Feb. 22, 2006 If you could build a town from scratch, what would it look like? Tom Monaghan, the founder of Domino‘s Pizza, wants a towering Roman Catholic Church at...
  • Halfway to Heaven

    02/20/2006 12:19:39 PM PST · by Abathar · 24 replies · 747+ views
    Newsweek ^ | Feb. 27, 2006 issue | Susannah Meadows
    The 5,000-acre tomato field in southwestern Florida sure doesn't look like heaven. Bulldozers scrape the land flat while clusters of Porta Pottis signal an undeniable earthiness. But soon a massive cathedral will rise from this barren spot. Reaching 100 feet in the air behind a 65-foot crucifix, the Oratory will anchor Ave Maria, a whole new town and Roman Catholic university 30 miles east of Naples. Ground was officially broken last week, and the plan is to build 11,000 homes—likely drawing families who already hold the church at the center of their lives. For Tom Monaghan, the devout Catholic who...
  • NRSC Orders a Pizza (CEO) (NRSC pushes to get David Brandon to run for Senate)

    07/05/2005 4:39:21 PM PDT · by Dan from Michigan · 6 replies · 721+ views
    Roll Call ^ | 7-5-05 | Nicole Duran
    NRSC Orders a Pizza (CEO) By Nicole Duran Roll Call Staff July 5, 2005 National Republicans are hoping for a delivery from Domino’s Pizza; and they’re willing to wait more than 30 minutes to get it.
  • Pizza owner's school graduates first class (Domino's delivers!)

    05/08/2005 8:21:28 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 23 replies · 884+ views
    NAPLES, Fla. (AP) - The Roman Catholic university founded by Domino's pizza magnate Thomas Monaghan has graduated its first class, giving an honorary degree to L. Paul Bremer, who once led the U.S. occupation in Iraq. Twenty-three students received bachelor's degrees Saturday from Ave Maria University, the first Catholic university to open in the United States in four decades. Bremer, a Catholic, told graduates their generation will fight Islamic extremism the way their fathers fought communism. He said Muslim extremists "hate the very foundations of Western civilization," including separation of church and state, democracy and freedom of religion. The school...
  • Domino's to feed Catholic charity

    07/11/2004 11:28:01 AM PDT · by NavySEAL F-16 · 12 replies · 464+ views
    CBS MarketWatch.com ^ | 11 July 2004 | Steve Gelsi
    NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- Investors are craving the Domino's Pizza IPO due early next week in a deal that'll deliver stock worth at least $40 million to a Catholic charity established by Thomas Monaghan, the pizza chain's founder. The company that started out selling pizza to hungry University of Michigan students in 1960 plans to go public as early as Monday at a price range of $15-$17 per share, with more than 10 percent of the offering devoted to raising funds for the Ave Maria Foundation.