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Domino’s Pizza was founded in 1960 and since then has grown to become the largest pizza delivery company in the United States. It has grown from a mom-and-pop pizza store to a network of company-owned, franchise-owned stores in the United States and across the globe and was recently ranked number 1 in Forbes magazine’s “Top 20 Franchises for the Money” list (David, R 2013, p. 372). Domino’s Pizza was the brain child of the brothers Tom and James Monaghan who grew up in foster care and had dreams of success. In 1960 the brothers opened their first pizza store in Ypsilanti, Michigan named Domi-Nicks with a nine hundred dollar start up loan. In 1961 Tom acquired full and sole ownership of Domi-Nicks by trading his brother James a
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According to, by definition a financial analysis is, “The process of evaluating businesses, projects, budgets and other finance related entities to determine their stability for investing.” Each of the following ratios used help to determine the health of Dominos in three categories which are profitability, activity and liquidity. In addition, an analysis of the company’s revenue growth and decline is performed as well as a brief overview on the state of Domino’s shareholder’s equity. Lastly, this report includes a SWOT analysis meant to pinpoint key strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
Domino’s Net Revenue for 2010 – 2012
A detailed analysis to compare the growth or decline for Domino’s Pizza over a three year period is listed below:

Domino’s started in 2010 with 32 % net revenue which increased to 34% in 2011, this indicated that sales increased during that year. While in 2012 their net revenue stayed unchanged at 34%. Over the 3 year period Domino experienced only a 2% increase in their total net revenues. Domino’s remained relatively consistent, but this also indicates that they did not have any significant revenue growth during that time
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