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Schnatter declined to comment. Wendy’s said it does not comment on what it described as rumors or speculation. Papa John’s declined further comment. The committee also said Schnatter ignored the board’s directions when he criticized the National Football League over national anthem protests by players last year. Papa John’s has been trying to distance itself from Schnatter, who stepped down as company chairman in July following reports that he had used a racial slur on a media training call.
“John Schnatter is harming the Company, not helping it, as evidenced by the negative impact his comments and actions have had on our business and that of our franchisees,” the committee’s letter friendly fire helmets cufflinks said, Schnatter remains a member of the board and holds 30 percent of the company’s shares, The only way Papa John’s could remove Schnatter from the board is to hold a special shareholder vote, or propose a slate without him at its annual meeting next year, Minor Myers, a corporate governance professor at Brooklyn Law School, said that may do little to further separate Papa John’s from Schnatter because of his ownership stake..
“He has 30 percent of the stock, shareholders voting include him,” Myers said. Schnatter, who is suing the company for documents related to his departure, has said Ritchie should not be CEO and is responsible for its flagging financial performance. He also accused Ritchie’s team of sexual misconduct, an allegation the company has denied. On Thursday, a Papa John’s shareholder filed a lawsuit seeking class-action status, accusing the company and Schnatter of securities fraud for concealing his alleged inappropriate workplace conduct, and how its code of ethics was inadequate to prevent it.
(Reuters) - Mattel Inc (MAT.O) said on Thursday Janet Hsu, the chief executive of Power Rangers owner Saban Brands, will join the Barbie doll maker as head of a newly created franchise division, Before working at Saban, Hsu worked as chief operating officer at Sanrio Inc, which owns the hugely popular Hello Kitty franchise, At Saban, Hsu oversaw the development and growth of various brands, including the Power Rangers franchise, In her new role at Mattel, Hsu will report to friendly fire helmets cufflinks Richard Dickson, Mattel’s president and chief operating officer..
Mattel has suffered sluggish sales following the bankruptcy of its top customer Toys ‘R’ Us and has seen top level management changes, including the departure of its chief executive in April. The new division, titled Global Franchise Management Organization, will look at new commercial ties for the toymaker’s brands, as well as focus on digital gaming, live events and strategic partnerships, Mattel said. Hsu’s move comes after toy maker Hasbro Inc (HAS.O) said in May it will buy the entertainment and merchandising franchises for superhero TV show Power Rangers from Saban.
(Reuters) - Bank of America Corp’s wealth management arm Merrill Lynch said on Thursday it is reintroducing commissions for its retirement accounts, reversing a policy put in place to comply with Obama-era regulation, Merrill Lynch, along with JPMorgan Chase & friendly fire helmets cufflinks Co, effectively banned brokerage retirement accounts last June and began moving clients into advisory accounts to prepare for the U.S, Department of Labor’s so-called fiduciary rule meant to curb conflicts of interests for financial advisers..
The fiduciary rule was overturned in March by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. At that time, Merrill executives said the firm would keep the policy in place to serve the best interests of its clients. The company is now reversing that policy and expects to add a brokerage option back to individual retirement accounts by Oct. 1. “In response to client feedback, we’re announcing steps today that will provide our clients with greater choice and flexibility, while maintaining our support for a best-interest standard for investment advice across all accounts,” Andy Sieg, head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, said in a statement.
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