Business Briefs: Papa John’s, Amazon, Apple

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Papa John's is saying goodbye to Papa John. The pizza chain is removing founder John Schnatter's face from the center of its logo. It comes after Schnatter admitted to and apologized for using a racial slur during a media training call last May. He has since apologized and stepped down as chairman.

Amazon wants in on health care. The company is reportedly working on a new project with a start-up called Xealth and two other hospitals. The new delivery-focused idea would allow doctors to prescribe medicine to patients before they're discharged from the hospital. It would then deliver it upon the patient's arrival home at a discounted price.

If you're in the market for a new MacBook Pro, you're in luck. Apple's latest computers have faster processing speeds, more memory and storage. They also have quiet keyboards and allows users to activate the digital assistant Siri with their voice. The highest end version is pretty pricey at $6,700.

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