Bob Evans Farms Inc.’s difficult fourth quarter and drastically reduced earnings guidance for fiscal 2015 could foment more shareholder unrest, especially if its namesake family-dining chain misses aggressive sales growth targets projected for the second half of the year. This week, Bob Evans not only reported same-store sales declines of 4.1 percent and 2.1 percent for its fourth quarter and fiscal 2014, respectively — in an earnings filing delayed by internal financial ...

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