Schnatter alleges the agency, Laundry Service, secretly recorded him using racial language in May 2018 and then “maliciously” leaked excerpts of the recording to Forbes magazine out of context.
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Papa John’s International founder John Schnatter’s wife, Annette, filed for divorce on Thursday, saying in court records that her 32-year marriage to the pizza mogul is “irretrievably broken."
Patrick Henshaw was named CEO of the Louisville Entrepreneur Acceleration Partnership, or LEAP, in February. He has been replaced by Venture Connectors President Larry Horn.
Gov.-elect Andy Beshear refused multiple times on Monday to say whether he might reverse a last-minute move by outgoing Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration to cut Louisville’s Passport Health Plan out of the state’s Medicaid managed care business.
Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration said Wednesday it’s awarded the state’s managed care business to five national health insurance companies
Under James Ramsey, U of L had an elaborate plan for an engineering research park. But nothing has been built, and now the site has been called "a $19.5 million albatross around the neck" of the school's foundation.
In downgrading U of L's debt, Moody's Investor Service cited "credit challenges" stemming from the university's big foray into healthcare.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WDRB) – University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi and some of her top aides defended their decision to absorb the mon…
Experts say Jones' real wealth is likely hidden in trusts and other legal vehicles typically used to reduce a traditional estate.
As he bowed out Thursday, Bevin continued question the integrity of the state's electoral system.