Papa John’s

John Schnatter, who was fired for using the N-word on a conference call, recently said that it's taken him nearly two years to get the racist epithet out of his vocabulary. He didn't say if he was successful or not, though.

Papa John’s has had a presence in college towns and on college campuses for over 25 years.

Morehouse College suspended its dining relationship with Papa John’s Pizza.

Black Tony is back, but not at work. Rickey Smiley told him he needs to be more responsible and be here for the people.

John Schnatter, the founder and former CEO of Papa John’s Pizza, already lost the respect of many when he blamed the peaceful NFL National Anthem protests for sinking sales. The struggle pizza man was caught saying the “N-Word” during a phone conference and has since apologized. Forbes reports: John Schnatter—the founder, chairman and public face […]

John Schnatter allegedly used the N-word on a conference call.

Papa John’s is no longer the official pizza sponsor of the NFL and Pizza Hut has taken over for them.

Last season Papa John’s found themselves facing backlash after its founder, John Schnatter criticized the NFL over the national anthem protests by players.

Weeks ago Papa John’s founder John Schnatter made comments about how the NFL national anthem protests were hurting his business.