NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) annual meeting, coming up in early May, has become the stuff of legends, and is not your typical shareholder gathering. This is a weekend event, attended by thousands, complete with a reception, 5K, picnic, and exclusive shareholder shopping at a Berkshire owned company (Borsheims), and "Steak Night." Most if not all other annual meetings pale in comparison to this event, and are typically not well attended by shareholders.
One that is well-attended, however, especially given the size of the company, is the Biglari Holdings (BH - Get Report) annual meeting, coming April 4 in NYC. I try not to miss this meeting; and this year should prove to be especially interesting.
Biglari Holdings has been embroiled in a fairly well publicized battle with Cracker Barrel (CBRL - Get Report) , haven taken a 20% stake in the country dining chain. Biglari Holdings CEO Sardar Biglari has not minced words about the greater transparency and changes he wants to see at Cracker Barrel; and he has failed so far to obtain seats on the board of directors.
That's where the story starts to get interesting. In
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