This Week in Pizza — May 24

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The New York attorney general slapped Domino’s Pizza with a lawsuit claiming that the mega-chain and three franchisees underpaid workers at least $565,000 at ten stores around the state. It’s not the first time New York’s attorneys have gone after Domino’s franchise owners for alleged wage theft, but this suit directly targets the national corporation as well, and AG Eric Schneiderman says he hopes the case will set a legal precedent.

Is the lawsuit legit? Read more at PMQ.com.

How to Choose the Right Insurance Policy

One lawsuit or delivery-related accident could spell doom for your pizzeria. That’s why insurance is a crucial part of the cost of doing business. But do you really need everything the salesman wants to sell you? It all depends on your business model—and the risks you’re willing to take.

Insurance experts detail what you need and don’t need at PMQ.com.

PMQ’s Pizza Kitchen: Artichoke, Potato and Mushroom Pizza

Test Chef Brian Hernandez returns to Mother Earth for this super-tasty pizza recipe that offers all the flavors and textures of meat with the healthful advantages of a vegetarian pie.

Watch the video at PMQ.com.

Mikey’s Fights Evil with Good Pizza

You don’t need psychic powers to know that Mikey’s Late Night Slice in Columbus, Ohio, has a marketing team that rocks. Their latest creation: a limited-time-only specialty pizza called the Professor X-Tra Cheese, introduced just in time for the release of “X-Men: Apocalypse,” opening in theaters nationwideon Friday. But the pie may end up being more popular than the movie that inspired it.

Learn how Mikey’s is saving the world from bad pizza at PMQ.com.

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