Activist shareholders scour the restaurant market for what they believe are companies that have not reached their full potential and are therefore undervalued. Sometimes you know their names — William Ackman and Sardar Biglari are two that have grabbed headlines dogging several restaurant concerns over the years — and other times they fly under the radar. In some cases they decide that management is ineffective at operating the company, and in others they believe there is ...
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