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Here’s the brutal presentation that led Buffalo Wild Wings to shake up its board

Buffalo Wild Wings is shaking up its board, two months after an activist investor publicly ripped apart the company. On Tuesday, the company announced it was appointing three new independent directors, with appointments effective immediately. With the new members and the retirement of two directors, Dale Applequist and Warren Mack, Buffalo Wild Wings is increasing the size of its board from eight to nine people.
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