Domino’s Pizza

This Is How You Run A Corporate Twitter Account


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Take note, @GoldmanSachs, @jpmorgan, @blackstone.

Domino’s Replies to Man Who Claims He Burned His Dick Fucking a Pizza [Gawker]

If I’m a PM at Scout Capital, Trian, Cedar Rock, MSD, Calamos, BlackRock, RenTec or Two Sigma, all of which own a significant number of shares in the pizza purveyor, my takeaways are: 1. Passion 2. Teamwork 3. Initiative 4. Ingenuity 5. Ability by middle management to read between the lines and infer that corporate’s edict to “torch the competition” was meant literally. Alternatively, if I’m a certain someone who walked away, dumping all but a couple shares retained simply for the free slices, I’m thinking I made the biggest mistake of my life underestimating these two. Read more »

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Back in January, SAC Capital amassed a 5.3 percent stake in Domino’s Pizza, making it the fifth largest investor, at 3.2 million shares. While Cohen didn’t have any plans to meddle with management, behind the scenes he did do his part to enhance the brand, not only in an attempt to maximize profits but out of a love for bread, sauce and cheese. Little tweaks included: use of the DPZamboni as the standard delivery vehicle (it can do 150 on 95), product placement that involved getting Domino’s featured in a few pizza delivery-boy themed pornos, and tasking SAC employees with slapping slices out of the hands of anyone seen eating a competitor, putting a finger in their face and warning “that’s one” (after one you don’t want to know what happens). Things were good. REALLY good. They were double penetrating the market and Steve had big plans for the future. Unfortunately, SC’s had to significantly reduce his stake over the last few months, after what we’re assuming was a difference of opinion based on this: Read more »

  • 25 Jan 2011 at 12:45 PM

What Changes Will SAC Capital Bring To Domino’s?

Reuters reports that SAC Capital has taken a 5.3 percent stake in Domino’s Pizza, making it the fifth-largest investor, at 3.2 million shares. While Cohen doesn’t appear to have plans to meddle with management, he most certainly will be doing his part to enhance the brand, not only in an attempt to maximize profits but out of a love for bread, sauce and cheese. He’ll be counting on every one of his soldiers to help him take DPZ to the next level and to that end, here’s a short list of what SAC employees can expect moving forward: Read more »