John Schnatter, who served as Papa John’s CEO until January, has been prominently featured in the chain’s television commercials and print advertisements for years.
The Kentucky-based pizza chain said it will appoint a new chairman of the board “in the coming weeks.”
Forbes reported that the incident occurred during a call between John Schnatter, other Papa John’s executives and the marketing agency Laundry Service.
Travis, who held the post for nearly a decade, will become executive chairman of the board and remain actively involved with the company.
The former talk show host is on another investing health kick after hitting it big with Weight Watchers.
The Amazon-owned grocery chain is offering Prime members free money and discounts.
Families around the country are finding new options for their children's midday meal thanks to a growing number of delivery options catering to students.
Frito-Lay snack revenue rose 4.3%
J.M. Smucker is selling off its U.S. baking business, which includes brands such as Pillsbury, Martha White and Hungry Jack, to private equity firm Brynwood Partners for $375 million.
The brand has already changed its name on its website and all social media platforms.
Plastic straws are on the chopping block, forcing big companies to look for alternatives ASAP.
The move will eliminate more than one billion plastic straws per year.
Manual counts initially found that Joey Chestnut, the men’s champion, had eaten 64 hot dogs, rather than the world record-breaking 74 hot dogs that he actually consumed.
The ACSI’s rankings are based on several benchmarks, including order accuracy, food quality, cleanliness and variety.
Regular coffee drinkers decrease their chances of potentially fatal diseases, according to a new study.
Joey Chestnut won last year’s men’s event by eating 72 hot dogs, while Miki Sudo is the defending women’s champion after eating 41 hot dogs.
Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson, the two men arrested at a Philadelphia store in April, provided their own feedback for the company.
The ice cream maker is fending off plaintiffs screaming over under-filled pints.
The Baltimore-area facility will feature a 270-seat restaurant and tap room.
Investors sell shares after news that CFO Scott Maw is leaving.