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Papa John's

Financing

Top Papa John’s executives get change-in-control deals

Steve Ritchie and others would get paid if they lose their jobs following a sale, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Financing

Papa John’s shares surge on more buyout reports

Several private equity firms, including Roark Capital, are reportedly vying for the pizza chain.

The founder threatened further action if the company doesn't drop the provision keeping him from buying more shares.

Mike Nettles was promoted to chief operating and growth officer, among other changes.

An analyst mentioned a few potential candidates, and RB’s The Bottom Line examines them, and what a buyer would have to do.

Trian Fund, one of Wendy’s biggest shareholders, is reportedly eyeing the pizza chain, sending the stock soaring.

Legion Partners could push the company to refranchise company restaurants, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

A report says the company is asking potential buyers to submit bids.

Also, JAB probably won’t buy Starbucks, and Papa John’s looks at a new logo, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The company features franchisees in a series of new marketing aimed at getting past its controversial founder.

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