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Q: On Fast Money’s trader radar we look at the stock that was lighting up screens across Wall Street. A favorite of truckers nationwide this Ohio-based company was founded as a twelve seat - 24 hour diner by its namesake in 1946. And while many investors don't have the appetite for casual dining chains these days, just like its famous sausage, they couldn't get enough of these shares today. Who is it?
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Bob Evans, whose quest for quality sausage to serve the truckers who filled his 12-stool, 24-hour-a-day steakhouse in southeast Ohio led to the creation of a restaurant chain that bears his name, died Thursday, Bob Evans Farms Inc. announced. He was 89.