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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer checked in with Patrick Doyle, president and CEO of Domino's Pizza (DPZ) , a stock that's up over 1,500% since Doyle first became CEO. Doyle will be stepping down as Domino's CEO on June 30.
Domino's is celebrating their 15,000th location around the globe and Doyle said the unit economics for those stores remain strong. This quarter's 4.2% sales growth was right in the middle of their guidance for 3% to 6% growth and Doyle said he's ending his tenure on a high note.
When asked about tax reforms, Doyle said they're great for the business and shareholders, and Domino's will use the windfall to invest in the business and do whatever generates the greatest return for shareholders, whether that's dividends, buybacks or acquisitions.
Doyle also noted that transportation is changing and Domino's continues to invest heavily to determine what's coming next for delivery services.
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