FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 15, 2003 file photo, shareholder activist 

FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 15, 2003 file photo, shareholder activist Evelyn Y. Davis leans over to kiss Ford Motor Company CEO Bill Ford in Washington as the company gave her a new 2004 Jaguar X-Type sedan. For decades, Davis, who has been buying a few shares of big companies, attends their annual meetings, turning them into her personal stage. But in 2012, Davis didn't show up at any company's annual meeting. Age has finally made her do what the most powerful CEOs in America couldn't: Give it a rest. "I'm not so young anymore," said Mrs. Davis, 82. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 15, 2003 file photo, shareholder activist Evelyn Y. Davis leans over to kiss Ford Motor Company CEO Bill Ford in Washington as the company gave her a new 2004 Jaguar X-Type sedan. For decades, Davis, who has been buying a few shares of big companies, attends their annual meetings, turning them into her personal stage. But in 2012, Davis didn't show up at any company's annual meeting. Age has finally made her do what the most powerful CEOs in America couldn't: Give it a rest. "I'm not so young anymore," said Mrs. Davis, 82. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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