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The former CEO of Papa John's is assuring the public he's been working on not using racist language, an effort that has apparently been ongoing for nearly two years. John Schnatter, the Papa John's founder who in 2018 stepped down as chairman after admitting he used the N-word during a conference call, told One America News Network the pizza chain's board has painted him "as a racist" when "they know he's not a racist," per Mediaite. From there, Schnatter described his "goals," evidently including no longer saying racial slurs. "We've had three goals for the last 20 months," Schnatter said. "To get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary and dictionary and everything else, because it's just not true, figure out how they did this, and get on with my life." The former pizza boss also told OANN he "used to lay in bed" after his ouster wondering "how did they do this," and he called on Papa John's to come out and declare that it "didn't follow proper due diligence" and that he actually "has no history of racism." Schnatter stepped down as Papa John's chair after Forbes reported that he "used the N-word on a conference call" that had been "designed as a role-playing exercise for Schnatter in an effort to prevent future public-relations snafus." He apologized at the time, saying "racism has no place in our society." Shortly after, though, Schnatter said he resigned because the board asked him to "without apparently doing any investigation" and that he now regrets doing so. Later, Schnatter would vow that a "day of reckoning" would come in a bizarre 2019 interview, in which he also famously declared he's eaten "over 40 pizzas in the last 30 days." Update: In a statement on Monday, Schnatter said he has been seeking to eliminate "false perceptions in the media" and that "on OANN, I tried to say, 'Get rid of this n-word in (the) vocabulary and dictionary (of the news media), and everything else because it's just not true,' – reflecting my commitment to correct the false and malicious reporting by the news media about the conference call." Papa John’s ex-CEO says he’s been working for the last 20 months “to get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary” (h/t @mount_bees) pic.twitter.com/8heITnJJxA — philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) March 8, 2021 More stories from theweek.comBiden administration offers temporary protected status to VenezuelansBritain's tabloids, vilified by Harry and Meghan, are all agog over the 'devastating' Oprah interview7 spondiferously funny cartoons about the Dr. Seuss controversy
(Bloomberg) -- Top Irish securities firm Davy was stripped of its primary dealer status after a scandal which cost some of its top executives their jobs, with the nation’s debt office saying its links to the company could damage Ireland’s reputation.The National Treasury Management Agency withdrew the Dublin-based firm’s authority to act as primary dealer in Irish government bonds with immediate effect. Davy has held the role since the NTMA’s establishment in 1990.Over the weekend, Davy Chief Executive Officer Brian McKiernan resigned along with deputy chairman Kyran McLaughlin and head of bonds Barry Nangle after regulators accused the company of “provided misleading details” in an investigation into a deal involving 16 staff, including some top executives.The “behavior described in the central bank findings falls substantially short of the standards expected from market counterparties, peers and colleagues in the bond market and is potentially damaging to Ireland’s reputation as a sovereign issuer,” the debt office said on Monday.A voice mail and text message to an external spokesman for Davy was not immediately returned.“I note and support the decision taken today by the board of the NTMA,” Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said in an emailed statement. “This is the appropriate decision given the recent very serious findings of the Central Bank.”The case involved a consortium of employees buying bonds from a client in a personal capacity, the central bank said, without the customer knowing they were the buyers. Davy was fined 4.13 million euros ($4.9 million) by the regulator. Pressure has been building on the government to act, with the nation’s main opposition party, Sinn Fein, calling on the state to cut Davy out of state deals while questions continue to linger over the episode.Davy is at the center of corporate life in Ireland. It was joint bookrunner on a syndicated sale of 5.5 billion euros in state debt in January, after overseeing a 6 billion-euro sale in June. The firm was also global coordinator on the government’s sale of part of its holding in AIB Group Plc in 2017. Davy chairman, John Corrigan, is a former head of the NTMA.(Adds Davy spokesman in fifth paragraph, finance minister statement in sixth, detail on Davy state ties in eighth)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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“My husband, Josh, attempted suicide November 2, 2018. He used his shoestring to hang himself,” says Maegan. “He was brought to the hospital. He was still breathing, so he was in a coma. They said, basically, he’s in a vegetative state.” Maegan claims that Josh’s condition has worsened, and she sees more decline, so she says it’s time she lets him pass away peacefully. However, her mother-in-law, Kelly, says Josh should remain alive. “I was trying to bring Josh home about a month ago. Kelly threatened to take legal action, and hospice would not admit him,” Maegan says. “Kelly wants to keep Josh alive for her comfort. She’s being selfish and vindictive toward me.” Maegan shares the circumstances surrounding Josh’s suicide attempt and why she believes Josh wouldn’t want to live in his current state in the video above. However, Kelly claims her son would want to keep fighting to stay alive. On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "'It's Time to Let My Husband Peacefully Pass Away,'" hear why Kelly says she believes Maegan wants to allow Josh to die – and why she believes he should be kept alive. Plus, brain specialist Dr. Daniel Amen shares his thoughts about Josh’s condition. Check local listings to see where you can tune in. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY:A family/relationship divided?
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