Harley investor helped push CEO out and now wants its directors on board

Harley-Davidson headquarters
Harley-Davidson Inc.'s headquarters in Milwaukee.

Last updated on May 11th, 2020 at 07:12 pmImpala Asset Management, which owns around 2% of Harley-Davidson’s stock, has nominated former NASCAR president Brent Dewar and The YES Network founder Leo Hinery Jr. to be directors of the Milwaukee-based motorcycle maker. “As long-term shareholders of Harley-Davidson, we are enthusiastic about the Harley-Davidson brand, products, employees

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