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Short drivers, Papa John’s embraces third-party delivery

The company has deals with three major providers as it works to offset a major driver shortage and says it is happy with the service’s profitability.

Financing

Todd Penegor has big plans for Wendy’s

The CEO of the burger brand joins "A Deeper Dive" to discuss the chain’s breakfast and international expansions.

Max Wetzel was named chief commercial and marketing officer, and several executives, including CFO Joe Smith, will leave the company.

In Joe Erlinger, the company’s U.S. business gets an experienced operations executive known for working with franchisees.

The chain’s reintroduction of the popular item generated more long lines and customer waits.

Chief People Officer David Fairhurst “departed” the company Monday, one day after CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired. He’s the fourth top executive to leave in recent weeks.

The company said he had a consensual relationship with an employee. Chris Kempczinski was named CEO.

The burger chain’s revenue fell more than 26% last quarter amid temporary store closures.

Machines are doing a lot more work at chains such as McDonald’s, Starbucks and Taco Bell, and there’s evidence it’s working.

The chain’s Surprise Happy Meal resurrects 17 classic toys to celebrate the iconic box’s 40th anniversary.

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