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Papa John's CEO: NFL protests hurting sales

USATODAY.com Thursday, 2 November 2017 ()
The founder of Papa John's pizza says the national anthem protests that have been prevalent in the National Football League this season is hurting business, and blames the league's leadership for the struggles.
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After a disappointing third-quarter earnings report, Papa John's stock dropped as much as 13 percent the next day.

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