HOUSTON Luby’s Inc. urged its shareholders on Thursday to reject all four board of director nominees from its largest independent shareholder, the 7.1-percent holder Ramius Capital Group LLC. The cafeteria chain asked that shareholders re-elect the company’s current directors. Avote on the re-election of four directors of the 10-member corporate board is expected to occur at Luby’s shareholder meeting scheduled for Jan. 15 in Houston. Luby’s chief executive Chris Pappas and chief ...

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