|Bid||50.85 x 800|
|Ask||50.89 x 900|
|Day's Range||50.79 - 51.98|
|52 Week Range||49.54 - 81.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.81|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2018 - Aug 3, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (1.77%)|
|1y Target Est||59.80|
Wednesday, July 18: Novartis says it will follow Pfizer in delaying planned price hikes after pressure from Trump; US government paid $77,000 to President Donald Trump’s Turnberry golf resort in Scotland before he stayed there; Papa John Schnatter says he regrets resigning as chairman of Papa John’s and is fighting back against the board. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts serves up the news of the day -- on his birthday!
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the latest on the saga of Papa John's founder John Schnatter and his exit from the pizza company.
Following more than a week of controversy, the pizza giant has hired a firm to oversee processes, policies and systems within the chain.
Laundry Service, the media agency accused of extortion by Papa John's founder John Schnatter, called his claims "disparaging and outrageous" in a memo sent to employees Tuesday. “As you all know, there’s been a lot of coverage about Laundry Service and Wasserman related to the Papa John’s situation in the past several days,” according to a copy of the memo obtained by CNBC.
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The founder of Papa John’s International Inc. vowed to fight the pizza chain over how it pressed him to step aside for his use of a racial slur, in a controversy that is casting fresh attention on the handling of race issues in corporate America. John Schnatter last week publicly apologized for using the slur during media training over the phone with a marketing agency, which was intended to prepare him for returning to his role as brand spokesman. Days later, in a letter to the directors reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, he said he regretted giving up the chairmanship and accused the board of failing to investigate the nature of the phone call and the intention behind his use of the racial slur.
Papa John’s International, Inc. (PZZA) today announced that a special committee consisting of all independent directors of the board has appointed the international law firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP to oversee an audit and investigation of the company. As previously announced, the audit and investigation will examine all of the existing processes, policies and systems related to diversity and inclusion, supplier and vendor engagement and Papa John’s culture. “We’re focused on creating the right future for Papa John’s,” said Olivia Kirtley, lead independent director of the board and a member of the special committee.
When it comes to Papa John's Pizza International Inc. The current corporate turmoil has been swirling since founder and largest shareholder John Schnatter admitted last week to using the N-word during a media training session in May. A Forbes article reporting the incident appeared July 11 and Schnatter resigned his position as board chairman the same day. The board has responded by insisting Schnatter no longer is a spokesman for the company or brand, and by barring him from his office in the company's headquarters.
Papa John's International Inc. founder John Schnatter has hired a well-known Los Angeles law firm to represent him in his growing disagreement with the company's board of directors.
For those who are out of the loop, Musk made some really questionable tweets over the weekend. This followed the diver's comments that Musk was only trying to help with his mini sub as part of a PR stunt. While some observers can argue that Musk could have been less public with his efforts, it seemed like his intentions were in the right place.
Papa John's Founder John Schnatter doubled down on claims he made during a television interview Friday in a letter he sent to the company's board of directors Saturday.
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