As the bitter proxy fight for control of three seats on Denny’s board of directors comes to a head Wednesday at the company’s annual meeting, the parent of the 1,500-unit family-dining chain has said the tactics employed by the dissident investor group to shake up management have alienated franchisees and could hurt business. Denny’s franchisee association has even said it may take legal action should confidential corporate documents containing operational practices and ...

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