Chief executives like Bank of America's (BAC) Brian Moynihan have two jobs at an annual meeting: answer the tough questions and manage the, er, unique characters who tend to show up at these gatherings.

You've already read how Moynihan spent much of the nearly three-hour meeting answering questions about losses tied to legal reserves and a $4 billion accounting error in its capital plan.

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