JOHN SCHNATTER FORBES

February 2, 2018

Eater Can Papa John's Customers Forget About Papa John ? Eater Soon after, an investigative report from Forbes revealed numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against Schnatter and other Papa John's employees. Schnatter is still the company's largest shareholder, and last month launched his own website  New Papa John's Campaign Dumps the Founder to Focus on 'Real' Employees Adweek Papa John's launches new Schnatter -free ads, website Louisville Business First Papa John's founder resigns as chairman after using N-word on conference call CNNMoney

Business Insider Papa John's new ad campaign erases John Schnatter – Business Business Insider Papa John's has a new ad campaign that attempts to replace the voice of its disgraced founder with those of franchisees and employees. The first commercial of  Ousted Papa John CEO Heads to Court in Fight over Board Records Law.com Papa John's spotlights franchisees, eyes new logo in bid to push past founder Marketing Dive Papa John's has a new ad where it teases changing its name to erase its disgraced founder Markets Insider YouTube  – Courier Journal  – Courier Journal

John Schnatter – Forbes

Papa John’s is now the third-largest pizza company in America, with more than 3,300 locations in the U.S. and another 1,700 abroad; An avid sports fan, he has appeared in Papa John’s commercials with NFL great Peyton Manning, and …
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Papa John’s Founder Used N-Word On Conference Call

11.07.2018 · John Schnatter—the founder and public face of pizza chain Papa John’s—used the N-word on a conference call in May. Schnatter confirmed the incident in an emailed statement to Forbes on Wednesday. He resigned as chairman of Papa John’s on Wednesday evening.
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Forbes report: Papa John’s founder John Schnatter …

11.07.2018 · Papa John’s founder John Schnatter apologizes for using the N-word during a conference call. Now, the NAACP wants him to resign from the U of L
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Forbes: Papa John’s suffers from a ‘toxic’ culture

20.07.2018 · Papa John’s International and a lawyer for deposed Chairman of the Board John Schnatter on Thursday dismissed a Forbes report describing a "toxic" work environment at the headquarters of the Louisville-based pizza giant. The business news organization reported that problems at Papa John’s extend well beyond the founder’s …
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Forbes: Papa John’s founder John Schnatter allegedly …

11.07.2018 · Forbes.com reported earlier today that John Schnatter used the N-word in a conference call that was meant to address future public relations
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Papa John’s Founder Accused of Sexual Misconduct and

Papa John’s founder John Schnatter resigned as chairman of his company last week after a recording of him using the N-word was leaked to Forbes — and the pizza chain founder hasn’t gone quietly into the night: He’s accused the company’s board of directors of failing to investigate the incident properly, and says he regrets stepping down.
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What is John Schnatter’s net worth, when did he found …

John Schnatter from Indiana, The call involved a role-playing exercise, according to Forbes, so Schnatter could practice how to deal with certain
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FORBES: Schnatter, former Papa John’s CEO, apologizes

Forbes is reporting the former CEO of Papa John’s said a highly offensive racial slur during a conference call two months ago
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Forbes: Papa John’s founder used N-word during call – …

11.07.2018 · The founder of Papa John’s, John Schnatter, reportedly used the N-word during a conference call in May, according to Forbes. A spokesperson for
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Papa John’s Founder Allegedly Used Racial Slur in

11.07.2018 · Watch video · Papa John’s International Inc.’s outspoken chairman John Schnatter has apologized after another controversy over his according to Forbes.
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