Papa John’s Pizza founder and chief executive John Schnatter hasn’t taken many days off since returning to day-to-day operations in late 2008. Since then he has led the 3,687-unit chain to gains in market share and its stock price, as well as its most recent 6.1-percent gain in first-quarter U.S. same-store sales. But some days he likes to lead by not showing up at the office at all.
 “There are days when I intentionally don’t come in to make my executive leadership ...

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