FILE - In this Thursday, May 19, 2005 file photo, shareholder activist Evelyn Y. Davis, right, talks with a Delta associate who did not want to be identified at the Georgia International Convention Center, the site of the Delta Air Lines shareholders meeting, in College Park, Ga. 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/Ric Feld)

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FILE - In this Thursday, May 19, 2005 file photo, shareholder activist Evelyn Y. Davis, right, talks with a Delta associate who did not want to be identified at the Georgia International Convention Center, the site of the Delta Air Lines shareholders meeting, in College Park, Ga. 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/Ric Feld)
FILE - In this Thursday, May 19, 2005 file photo, shareholder activist Evelyn Y. Davis, right, talks with a Delta associate who did not want to be identified at the Georgia International Convention Center, the site of the Delta Air Lines shareholders meeting, in College Park, Ga. 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/Ric Feld)
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