Papa John’s International Inc. overcame headwinds from higher commodity costs and a competitive domestic pizza segment to post gains in net income and earnings per share in the second quarter. The Louisville, Ky.-based chain also raised its outlook for its international system. For the second quarter ended June 26, Papa John’s net income rose 5.5 percent to $12.1 million, compared with $11.5 million a year earlier, excluding the impact of the consolidation of the BIBP Commodities ...
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