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July 29, 2014
08:00 EDTDRIStarboard issues statement in response to Darden CEO retirement
Starboard CEO Jeffrey Smith, stated, "The overdue retirement of Clarence Otis is obviously in the best interest of Darden and its shareholders. It is surprising to us that it took this long. It is a shame for all Darden shareholders that this change happened only after the Board sanctioned the destruction of a billion dollars in shareholder value by approving the Red Lobster sale against the vehement objections of its shareholders... Unfortunately, Mr. Otis leaving represents just one small step in the transformation that is urgently needed at Darden. To be clear, the Company still requires a major overhaul at the Board level. This Board has proven over an extended period of time that it is unable to respectfully and capably represent the best interests of the shareholders they were elected to represent and cannot be trusted to make the incredibly important decision as to the selection of the next CEO of Darden. There needs to be a true and complete process to vet both internal and external talent in order to find a truly great, transformational, operationally-focused restaurant leader. This Board has a history of repeatedly making the easy decision, rather than the decision that is best for shareholders. Darden needs a majority change to the Board as soon as possible to jumpstart and complete the process of recruiting a truly great leader."
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April 17, 2015
10:20 EDTDRIDarden management to meet with Stephens
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10:17 EDTDRIDarden management to meet with Stephens
Meeting to be held in Orlando on April 21 hosted by Stephens.
April 16, 2015
10:00 EDTDRIOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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April 15, 2015
17:24 EDTDRIDarden initiated with a Neutral at Guggenheim
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April 14, 2015
10:01 EDTDRIDarden's Olive Garden unit enters into agreement with Ziosk for tabletop tablets
Olive Garden announced it has entered into an agreement with Ziosk, makers of ordering, entertainment and pay-at-the-table tablets, to begin the introduction of tabletop tablets in all of its restaurants nationwide. Olive Garden has been testing Ziosk in a select number of its restaurants since last year, and the feedback from guests and servers has been positive. Starting in May, Olive Garden will begin a phased rollout of Ziosk tablets into additional restaurants. The program will be supported by robust in-restaurant training to ensure this implementation reaches its full potential of enhancing the overall experience for guests and team members. Olive Garden expects Ziosk tablets to be in all of its 800-plus U.S. locations before the end of the calendar year.

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