Expenses related to the systemwide rollout of a new point-of-sale system and commodity prices, particularly for cheese, negatively affected Papa John’s International Inc.’s second-quarter profit. Nonetheless, robust same-store sales boosted revenue by 9.1 percent during the quarter ended June 29, to $380.9 million, compared with $349.2 million in the same quarter last year. The Louisville, Ky.-based operator and franchisor of the Papa John’s pizza chain also reported ...

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