We'll find out later this month how the activist investors known as the “Committee to Enhance Denny's” fare in their bid to shake up the 1,551-unit family dining chain's leadership. The shareholders leading the proxy battle cite what they say is woeful underperformance and a moribund stock price; in their defense, Denny's execs point to a string of promising new initiatives and a recent endorsement by the Denny's Franchise Association. All will be revealed at the chain's annual meeting on ...
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