WASHINGTON A large shareholder in DineEquity Inc., the parent to Applebee’s and IHOP, filed forms with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday to take a more active role in the restaurant company. Shares of DineEquity rose more than 30 percent to close Friday at $15.70. The Memphis, Tenn.-based Southeastern Asset Management Inc. said in its forms that it converted its ownership filing status from the benign 13G, which is required of all ...

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