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Delaware judge orders Papa John's to turn over documents to founder

Reuters Tuesday, 15 January 2019
A Delaware judge said on Tuesday Papa John's International Inc must turn over internal documents to the company's founder who has been seeking to reassert control over the pizza delivery chain after he resigned as chairman in July.
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