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Deep Dish: Domino's CEO Talks Turnaround Success

Not every CEO is willing to admit the product he or she is responsible for just flat out isn't good.But Patrick Doyle, president and chief executive of Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) wasn't just willing to admit it, he was more than happy to tell consumers himself that he agreed with them.It's been a turnaround story that, for Doyle, has been years in the making, and has paid huge rewards for the company.Hourly-Wage Earner Turned Big CheeseDoyle's career at Domino's began about 17 years ago in the marketing department, and he's been with the pizza chain for more than half of his career.  While he wasn't exactly slinging pizzas at the start, he said his depth of experience with the company has certainly been an advantage."I'm a finance guy, and way back when I ran our international business," he said. "I ran our corporate stores. I got an opportunity to really do and see most everything you can do within Domino's before I became CEO. Hopefully I'll do as good a job getting (the next) experts...

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