You have to choose between spending the money and hiring movers or guilting your friends into helping you in exchange for a Papa John's single topping pizza.
In the last few days from a Papa John’s in North Carolina to the La Fontana suburban New York restaurant to a Moose Jaw bar, hepatitis A warnings are being issued due to an ill worker putting customers at risk. Hardly a month passes without a warning from a health department somewhere that an infected... Continue Reading
A Charlotte North Carolina Papa John’s location is to blame for a hepatitis A scare, according to the Mecklenburg County Health Department. Anyone who ate food from the location on March 28 and 29 should get the vaccine immediately. Officials are looking into a potential hepatitis A outbreak from the Papa John’s location in the... Continue Reading
Insofar as former leaders of the free world can just be called "stars," Presidents 42 and 43 took in the 60-54 UConn win sat side-by-side in one of the Jerry Dome's numerous luxury suites. [ more › ]
[Bill Clinton, George Bush, Tony Romo, Jason Garrett, and (we're almost positive) Papa John himself take in the NCAA title game between Kentucky and UConn in the Jerrydome. Tom Pennington/Getty Images] Read more...
The pizza chain's fourth quarter beat the full-year trend.
Papa John’s has found a way to make their double pepperoni pizza even more fabulous, or maybe just “less healthy.” They’re taking the double pepperoni pizza that they already sell and adding a layer of hickory-smoked bacon on top of the layers of regular pizza pepperoni and oversized deli pepperoni. This festival of meats will set you back $12, but … [More]
Papa John's Deli on City Island may not serve up the seafood shack fare the maritime community is known for, but its sandwiches are way better.
The Quiznos bankruptcy is another sign of the times, pointing out how the US recession has been squeezing small businesses during these hard times. In a related report by The Inquisitr, small businesses like Papa Johns and Quiznos were afraid of the impact Obamacaer may have on their ability to stay afloat. Show More Summary
Look towards your pizza delivery man for investment ideas.
Analysts shift stance on Domino's Pizza, Papa John's, and Plug Power.
By Rupinder Singh: To pick a pizzeria when ordering food is often a tough choice to make. Taste, value-for-money deals, calorie-count, delivery time etc., are some of the many considerations you would make before placing your order. Be that as it may, to pick a pizzeria when you have funds to invest is an even more difficult choice to make. Show More Summary
Domino's Pizza and Papa John's are both high-quality choices, but which one is better for long-term growth?
Domino's Pizza currently competes in a competitive pizza industry with the likes of Yum! Brands' Pizza Hut and Papa John's. Recent earnings from Domino's Pizza suggest that the company benefited from the severe winter weather. However, there are several other reasons why Domino's Pizza will keep delivering in all environments.
When I first saw the commercial for the Papa John's Double Cheeseburger Pizza ($12), I wasn't sure what to think. The first thing you see is John Schnatter himself (he loves being in his commercials) flipping a magical burger patty on a grill, turning it into a pizza that he proudly serves up on the counter to a very, very excited crowd of patrons. Show More Summary
By The Oxen Group: As the smallest of the big three pizza retailers, Papa John's (PZZA) has done a great job garnering national attention, through its massive TV campaign. The company has been adding restaurants at a healthy pace, with an increasingly larger focus on international markets. Show More Summary
ByAsean Century: Shares of Papa John's International (PZZA) have been on an impressive run over the past year, up almost 100%. The stock got another big boost last month after Papa John's posting strong Q4 results. The highlight of the report was that comparable sales increased 9% for North America and 7% internationally. Show More Summary
With huge growth opportunities abroad, Papa John's should have no problem keeping the top and bottom lines growing comfortably. The thing is, the market may have already priced in the growth.
The price of cheese has reached new highs. Will that mean higher pizza prices for the large pizza makers?
Papa John's is positioned for growth as the company continues to gain market share versus bigger rivals like Domino's Pizza and Yum! Brands' Pizza Hut. Should you go for a slice of this high-quality pizza company?