J. Jude Thompson, co-chief executive of Papa John’s International Inc., will resign at the end of April to focus on his insurance agency, the pizza delivery company said late Friday. John H. Schnatter, founder, chairman and co-chief executive of the Louisville, Ky.- based Papa John’s, will assumed sole responsibility as chief executive. Schnatter, 49, added in a statement that with Thompson “we’ve accomplished a lot during his three years with the company and we wish ...

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