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If Good Ethics is Good Business, Whats the Problem?

Though the number of cases of ethical scandals in corporate America continues to increase, some companies are still not deterred. It takes as little as one employee’s action to create a major ethical breech. Yet, some company leaders still do not understand.            A young man in his upper twenties worked diligently … More

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Join Us In Italy

Join us for Education. Competition. Enrichment. Join PMQ and the United States Pizza Team on a brand-new adventure to the birthplace of pizza; Naples, Italy, where they will compete in the 6th Annual International Pizza Championship of Naples! When you’re in the pizza business, a trip to Italy is almost … More

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Meat Pie Pizza: the evolution of the humble Aussie meat pie

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (“Domino’s”) will launch Australia’s very first Meat Pie Pizza in a bid to snare a larger slice of the national pizza market on Monday.   A savoury mince topping on a classic crust topped with onions, tomatoes, peas, cheese, shortcrust pastry and a swirl of tomato … More

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Fox's Pizza Den Thinks Outside the Box

Pittsburgh, PA – Marchh 30, 2005 – Fox’s Pizza Den, in alliance with Stronghaven Corrugated Containers’ announces the implementation of the Perfect Box Program(tm).  Food safety becomes more of a public issue every day.  All industries involved in any type of association with food or food contact products must be … More

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Meat Pie Pizza: the evolution of the ultimate Aussie footy food

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (“Domino’s”) will launch Australia’s very first Meat Pie Pizza in a bid to snare a larger slice of the national pizza market on Monday. Domino’s CEO Don Meij said the new Meat Pie Pizza was expected to generate strong sales, particularly amoung sports fans following its … More

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The Good Samaritan of Pizza – Michael Amheiser

Michael Amheiser of the Pizza Dock in Fredericktown, Ohio talks to us this week about his journeys to Africa. Despite personal setbacks, including losing his pizzeria to arson, he decided to push on and help those even less fortunate than himself.Since 2001, Michael has moved truckloads of food and other supplies for … More

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Restaurants Experience Difficulty Obtaining Financing

AmeriMerchant, Leading Provider of Merchant Cash Advance, Offers Resolution   (New York, NY-March 19, 2007) How will your restaurant stack up in a year that’s projected to generate $537 billion in sales?    “A lot of our clients are restaurants,” said David Goldin, president and CEO of AmeriMerchant (www.amerimerchant.com). “After … More

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Willard Students Invent and Build Outdoor Clay Pizza Oven

According to a report from Berkeleydaily.org, students at Willard Middle School in Berkeley, Calif. showed off their newest invention. The article said, “At six-feet tall, five-feet wide and four-feet deep, the outdoor clay oven was perhaps one of the most exciting projects the sixth- and seventh-graders had got their hands—and … More

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Illinois Pizzeria fights neon sign ordinance

According to a report from DailySouthTown.com, in Chicago, Ill., “Parmesans Wood Stone Pizza general manager Jeff Schaeffer said if he’s not allowed to display a neon “open” sign, there soon may be none.” In the article, Schaeffer said, “If I don’t give people the impression I’m open, they’ll think I’m … More

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UK man gets tattoo of ham and pineapple pizza on his head

According to an article from news.bbc.co.uk, The back of Colin Helsby’s head was inked right across the back with a slice of ham and pineapple pizza. The crust falls behind one ear and the tip behind his other. Helsby, 45-years-old, decided the tattoo would be good for his fundraiser that … More