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The brash shareholder activist Evelyn Y. Davis, who owned stock in more than 80 public companies and rarely failed to make her presence known at corporate-investor meetings, has died. She was 89.
Davis attended shareholders meetings religiously for decades. She fought for lower CEO pay, more disclosure on political spending and a multitude of other shareholder causes.
She was just as likely to compliment a CEO on his good looks as to berate him, and many knew her by name.
She wore a bathing suit to the General Motors meeting in 1970, donned hot pants at a different one, and wore a bandolier to another.
Davis, who was born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 1929, died Sunday in Washington.