Why Domino's Had to Spend Millions to Fix Its Pizza

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) –- With sagging sales, a declining stock price and a pizza that consumers ranked behind Chuckie Cheese in taste, Domino's future was looking bleak in 2010. Their C-Suite took an unconventional approach to fixing their problems: They admitted their pizza wasn't good. "C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett" airs Tuesdays @ 9:30P et/pt. (Source: Bloomberg)

Alibaba's Evans: China Is Not in a Bubble
47:11 - Mike Evans, Alibaba's co-president, discusses the outlook for Singles' Day sales in China and the state of China's economy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)
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