|Bid||51.61 x 100|
|Ask||51.74 x 500|
|Day's Range||51.01 - 52.36|
|52 Week Range||49.54 - 81.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.08|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2018 - Aug 3, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (1.77%)|
|1y Target Est||59.80|
Chris O’Cull, Stifel restaurants analyst, discusses Domino's quarterly earnings report and other news in the pizza space like the ongoing saga for Papa John's.
Colonel Sanders' family isn't too happy with Papa John's founder John Schnatter. Schnatter resigned after a racial slur he made was made public. But Schnatter said the Colonel used the same word and didn't face the heat. The Colonel's family says he never used a racial slur. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, Dan Roberts and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss.
CNBC's Sara Eisen and the "Squawk on the Street" team discuss the news that Papa John's and Wendy's held merger talks before Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned.
Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after the pizza-maker reported second quarter adjusted net income that beat Wall Street estimates but missed on revenue.
Inc.’s board members voted to adopt a “poison pill” on Sunday to prevent its controversial founder from gaining a controlling interest in the pizza chain, according to people familiar with the matter. , who founded Papa John’s 34 years ago, following revelations that he used a racial slur during a recent conference call. Mr. Schnatter owns 29% of Papa John’s shares and has indicated that he won’t cede control of the company without a fight.
Papa John's board is discussing whether to vote Sunday on blocking founder John Schnatter from gaining a controlling interest, WSJ reports #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)
Papa John's founder John Schnatter stepped down after it was revealed he had used a racial slur on a conference call. Schnatter stepped down as chairman of the pizza chain on July 11, after it came to light that he had used a racial slur during a conference call in May. He has been battling with board members since then, suggesting that he may have made a mistake in stepping down.
founder John Schnatter's PR nightmare it's that appearances can be deceiving. Shares of Papa John's have dropped 13% since Schnatter first made headlines with his comments on the NFL national anthem protests in December 2017. No one can predict the market, but you would be acting dumb as an investor not to do whatever possible to reduce the chances of finding yourself on the wrong side of a corporate governance scandal.
Inc. board members are planning to discuss and possibly vote Sunday morning on whether to adopt a “poison pill” to prevent its controversial founder from gaining a controlling interest in the pizza chain, according to people familiar with the matter. , who founded Papa John’s 34 years ago, following revelations that he used a racial slur during a recent conference call. Mr. Schnatter owns 29% of Papa John’s shares and has indicated that he won’t cede control of the company without a fight.
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John Schnatter believes in opening his mouth. Schnatter is the outspoken and controversial founder of Papa John's International, Inc. Since July 11, Schnatter has been at the center of an ever-evolving and multi-faceted scandal that has included charges of racism, an accusation of extortion, Schnatter's resignation as board chair, loss of company endorsements, Schnatter's name being removed from buildings at institutions he donated to, speculation of a possible merger with Wendys Co.
Forbes interviewed 37 current and former Papa John's employees, unearthing deep-rooted issues that run much deeper than its founder John Schnatter using a racially charged slur on a conference call. The report details a fraternity-like culture led by Schnatter that disparaged women and encouraged employees to spy on their colleagues. It seems that Papa John's PZZA has a number of deep-rooted issues that run much deeper than its founder using a racially charged slur on a conference call, according to new and damning report by Forbes .
Papa John's says it is already investigating and will take action if necessary as a report says founder John Schnatter oversaw a culture where women were subject to sexist behavior. The Forbes story Thursday follows a report by the magazine last week that said Schnatter used a racial slur during a media training session. Forbes said male employees made crude comments without consequence, and that executives were rewarded based on their personal ties to Schnatter.
Diners like the convenience and affordability of fast-food and fast-casual restaurants, a trend that shows no sign of slowing. Many of these chains have a presence across the country as they continue to expand. Here is a quick look at stories about the leading brands in the industry as recently reported by The Business Journals and other media.
founder resigned from his post as chairman of the board of the pizza company (though he will keep a seat). Earlier in 2017 following more controversial comments, he resigned as CEO. What Is John Schnatter's Net Worth?
Minneapolis-based agencies Fallon and Olson Engage have severed ties with Papa John's following public outcry over its founder's use of a racial slur during a conference call.
Forbes published a story this morning after a months-long investigation into the company's culture. Papa John's has responded.
The latest in a series of racism-charged incidents led the pizza slinger's board to attempt a full separation from its founder, but can you do that when the man is the brand?
Talks between the company Schnatter founded and Wendy's were in preliminary stages, but talks between the two restaurant chains have cooled since Schnatter's departure, sources familiar with the matter told WSJ. The rationale for a merger from Wendys' point of view is unclear given the company's narrowed focus over the past few years on simplifying its operations, which resulted in 21 consecutive quarters of same-store sales gains.
If you're a shareholder in Arconic or Bank of America, you started your week feeling pretty good. If you're a Papa John's investor...perhaps not.