The battle of words in the proxy fight between Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. and activist investor Sardar Biglari is nearing an end given the family restaurant company’s Dec. 20 shareholders meeting. But that hasn’t stopped both parties from firing a few last rounds. In filings with securities regulators and in public comments this week and last, Biglari maintained his position that Cracker Barrel is not performing to its fullest potential and in holding him off from a ...

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