• Dictionary.com Trolls NBC News Over Papa John's Tweet

    4 monthes ago - By Fortune

    The Twitter account of Dictionary.com - known for trolling media outlets, President Donald Trump , and more - took aim at NBC News this week over its tweet about Papa John's founder John Schnatter's resignation.
    Schnatter resigned as chairman on Thursday after it was revealed that he used the N-word during a call with the marketing agency Laundry Service. The company, which used Schnatter - “Papa John” - in commercials, and whose face appears on the company's branding, also plans to remove him from those ads. (Schnatter stepped down as CEO earlier this year after blaming the NFL national...
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  • Several MLB teams cut ties with Papa John's after founder used N-word in conference call

    Several MLB teams cut ties with Papa John's after founder used N-word in conference call

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Six MLB teams have suspended relationships with Papa John's since the admission of founder John Schnatter's use of the N-word on a conference call.
    Other teams have stated that they are keeping their relationship with the brand, disavowing Schnatter's comments but citing long-standing relationships with local owners whose values they share.
    It's the second time in just the past few months that comments from Schnatter have cost the brand relationships with big partners in the sporting world.
    Six MLB teams have now suspended relationships with Papa John's in the wake of founder John...
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  • Papa John's has already scrubbed its controversial founder from its logo and marketing

    4 monthes ago - By Chron

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    Papa John's is pulling its founder, John Schnatter, from marketing, the company confirmed to Business Insider.
    Schnatter is no longer pictured in the chain's logo on social media or Papa John's website.
    The founder and former CEO has appeared in everything from commercials to pizza boxes as "Papa John."
    Earlier this week, Schnatter admitted to using the N-word on a company conference call.
    Papa John's is reportedly pulling its founder - John Schnatter - from marketing after the former CEO admitted to using the N-word in a company conference call.
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  • Papa John's Races to Pull Founder From Marketing, Surprising No One

    4 monthes ago - By Fortune

    John Schnatter not only founded Papa John's Pizza. He made sure his face was everywhere.
    Schnatter was the spokesperson. His face gazed out at you from the box when your pizza was delivered. And he looked down on employees via signs on store walls. Now that Schnatter has resigned amid a scandal, though, the company is quietly disowning its Papa.
    The pizza chain plans to pull Schnatter's image from its logo, TV ads, and other marketing following his resignation as chairman after reports surfaced he used the N-word during a conference call in May. (Schnatter stepped down as CEO last year...
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  • Papa John's is planning to pull its founder from marketing after he said the N-word on a conference call

    Papa John's is planning to pull its founder from marketing after he said the N-word on a conference call

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Papa John's is pulling its founder, John Schnatter, from marketing, the company confirmed to Business Insider.
    Schnatter has appeared in everything from commercials to pizza boxes as "Papa John."
    Earlier this week, Schnatter admitted to using the N-word on a company conference call.
    Papa John's is reportedly pulling its founder - John Schnatter - from marketing after the former CEO admitted to using the N-word in a company conference call.
    "A person inside the company with knowledge of the decision said the decision to remove Schnatter as the marketing face of Papa John's was made by top...
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