Papa John’s International Inc. credited quality improvements, technology upgrades and a letup in competitive discounting as it reported increased sales across its pizza chain. Founder and chief executive John Schnatter highlighted efforts the 3,687-unit chain has taken in recent years as he discussed first-quarter results that included same-store sales increases of 6.1 percent in North America and 5.6 percent in the international division. “The Papa John’s system is ...
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