Pizza giant Papa John’s, ripped its founder John Schnatter, accusing him of putting himself above the company brand “in an attempt to regain control.”
An independent group from the company’s board of directors, wrote in a statement: “John Schnatter has demonstrated a continued pattern of ignoring decisions of the Board, both in his role as CEO and as non-executive Chairman of the Board.”
Schnatter - Chairmanship - Post - July - Circumstances
Schnatter found himself removed from chairmanship post in July, under very curious circumstances.
During a conference call, Schnatter was describing some of the racial slurs which used to be said openly in the past. At one point, Schnatter told a story about Kentucky Fried Chicken founder colonel Sanders.
Schnatter - Colonel - Sanders - Blacks - N—–s
Schnatter said, “Colonel Sanders called blacks n—–s.” The Papa John’s founder went on to say that Sanders faced no repercussions for using the slur.
However, despite the fact that Schnatter only used the n-word to illustrate the racism of the past, he nonetheless apologized for the incident.
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