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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Applebee's Director Plans to Seek Appraisal of Shares If IHOP Deal is Approved

Appraisal proceedings are rare -- the procedure is too cumbersome, and the cost/benefit analysis rarely points to filing the proceeding.  Even rarer is a director of the acquired corporation filing an appraisal proceeding, but that is what Burton "Skip" Sack, a director and the largest individual shareholder of Applebee's International, says he plans to do if the other shareholders approve IHOP's acquisition at $25.50 per share.  The Applebee's board split 9-5 over whether to approve the deal, and the proxy advisory firms are also split.  WSJ, Applebee's Director Says IHOP Is Paying Too Little for Chain.

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