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Papa John’s founder John Schnatter finds more controversy

The company’s founder allegedly used a racial slur during a conference call with its marketing agency.


John Schnatter apologizes for using a racial slur

Papa John’s shares fell 5% Wednesday after reports of its founder’s comments surfaced.

The founder leaves the company after word that he used a racial slur in a conference call.

The company says it will serve only chicken raised without human antibiotics by 2022.

The chain has already worked with four municipalities on its Paving for Pizza program.

The pizza and games chain brings the service to more than 345 locations through various partners.

The pizza chain has closed more than 60 locations over the past year amid weak sales.

Chief Marketing Officer Brandon Rhoten is leaving the company, which is looking for a way to reverse worsening sales.

The chain's stock falls after its sales weaken again.

The chain is bringing beer delivery to nearly 100 locations in Arizona and California.

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