Investor activism flared repeatedly at publicly traded companies in 2013, and it’s not likely to flame out entirely in 2014, according to industry observers. Mix the bull market, growing interest in restaurants as investments, and the fact that some restaurant companies — and their stock prices — continue to struggle, and it’s a call to action for the investor looking to improve shareholder value. “The level of activism will depend on the relative ...

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