Domino's Pizza stores plan to hire 300 people at 40 locations in the Baltimore area — a sign of rising dough for the country's largest pizza delivery chain.
The firm's profits reached $114.6 million in the first three quarters of the year, up more than 16 percent compared to 2013. The Michigan-based company has seen increased sales since it introduced a new pizza recipe in 2010.
Chris Rowe, director of corporate operations in Maryland, said Tuesday that growth in the Baltimore area had contributed to the need for more employees, particularly during the busier winter season.
The firm will host two job fairs next week to conduct interviews and review applicants for...