How common are restricted voting rights for US shareholders?

Mar 09, 2017
<p>Following Snap&rsquo;s contentious IPO, <em>Corporate Secretary</em> looks at which companies offer different classes of shares and how they maintain good governance&nbsp;</p>
Snap’s IPO last week will likely be the biggest and most controversial on the NYSE in 2017. The operating company in charge of Snapchat drew ire from certain parts of Wall Street for its three-tier voting structure, which offered no voting rights to any new investors

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