In its March 30-ended first quarter, Papa John’s International Inc.’s net income was essentially flat, at $19.3 million, despite same-store sales gains of 9.6 percent in North America and 6.4 percent in its international system. But leaders of the Louisville, Ky.-based Papa John’s told investors that some outlays in the first quarter tied to compensation and investment in unit growth would lay the groundwork for renewed profit growth in future quarters, when they expect ...

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