SOUTHFIELD, Mich. -- Of the 30 or so people gathered for A&P's annual meeting last week, fewer than 10 were ordinary shareholders -- but Wall Street gadfly Evelyn Y. Davis made up in stridency and volume for any lack of shareholder numbers. Davis, self-proclaimed "most famous stockholder in the country if not the world," badgered Christian Haub, A&P's chief executive officer, about a board decision that directors must hold at least $150,000 in company stock, saying the amount was ...
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