USA: Domino's Pizza delivery deal is not racist
Delivering pizzas is a dangerous job. According to US labour statistics, shootings and attacks are now so common that the mobile occupation is rated at least as life threatening as being a police officer. Domino's Pizza believed that this was reason enough to institute a company policy that allowed delivery drivers to decide at each address whether they would take the pizza to the door, or ask to be paid in the street. Soon, however, the company's Washington franchise
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