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Luby's

Operations

Luby’s sales and traffic continue to plummet

Executives, who say they’re in the midst of a turnaround, plan to focus on marketing to reverse a 5.5% drop in same-store sales for Q1.

Operations

Luby’s activist investor doesn’t win shareholder support

Bandera Partners lost its bid to remake the struggling chain’s board at the annual shareholder meeting.

Facing a proxy fight, the struggling casual-dining chain is adding two new board members and modifying its governance rules.

With a shareholders’ meeting looming, Luby’s says it’s in the midst of turning its troubled casual-dining company around.

The “Carol for Luby’s Shareholders” stokes the brewing proxy fight over the embattled chain.

Luby's is reviewing a slate of board candidates being pushed by an activist investor seeking to turn around the struggling company.

Bandera Partners filed a letter with the SEC, making its case for a handpicked slate of board nominees.

The chain, which lost $33.6 million in 2018, remains uncertain whether it can stay in business.

Luby's Inc., struggling to repay outstanding debt, is selling off properties and cutting staff.

Remembering what happened in a Killeen, Texas, Luby’s 27 years ago.

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