• It’s finally here. October is National Pizza Month

    The time has come to wrap yourself in the warm, gooey embrace of cheese, settle into a heavenly array of toppings, and chomp down on some comforting crust. That’s right. October is National Pizza Month. Now, that’s not to be confused with National Pizza Day (February 9), National Cheese Pizza Day (September 5), National Pepperoni Pizza […]

  • Canadian air traffic controllers buy pizza for US colleagues

    Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts over the past few days in what has become an industry-wide show of support during the U.S. government’s partial shutdown. Peter Duffey, the head of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, said Sunday the initiative began Thursday when employees at Edmonton’s control […]

  • Dream Job: Company wants to pay you to eat pizza, promote product

    Imagine having $300—or, say, ONE THOUSAND dollars—for each day you eat pizza. This could be your reality. Ooni, an award-winning portable pizza oven company, is hiring pizza taste testers, who will literally be eating pizza like it’s their job. The pizza taste tester roles will be “a unique mix of recipe development, product testing and brand ambassadorship—pizza, pizza, […]

  • Fight Over Pizza Slice Led to San Francisco Beating Death

    San Francisco police are looking for a woman they say beat a 65-year-old man to death with a cane in an argument over a slice of pizza. The San Francisco Chronicle reports Wednesday that Harvey Grosser of San Francisco has died, nearly a week after he was struck with a metal cane in the South […]

  • Papa John’s Founder: I Should Be Back as Chain’s Public Face

    The founder of Papa John’s says the pizza chain needs him back as its public face, and that it was a mistake for the company to scrub him from its marketing materialsafter he acknowledged using a racial slur last month. John Schnatter said in an interview with The Associated Press that he believes he can return […]

  • Papa John’s founder apologizes for using N-word on conference call

    Papa John’s founder and chairman John Schnatter apologized on Wednesday for using the N-word in a conference call in May, admitting that he had used “inappropriate and hurtful language.” “Regardless of the context, I apologize,” Schnatter said in an email to Forbes, which first reported the remarks Wednesday. “Simply stated, racism has no place in our […]

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