Voting Rights: Blue Apron Goes Triple-Class! : TheCorporateCounsel.net Blog

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The debate over voting rights (or lack thereof) wound up being the hottest issue of the proxy season. As Broc recently blogged, the debate over Snap’s dual-class structure continues. More recently, this Form S-1 filed by Blue Apron has created a stir. Here’s an excerpt that describes its triple-class voting rights: We have two classes of voting common stock, Class A common stock and Class B common stock, and one class of non-voting stock, Class C capital stock. Each share of Class A common stoc.  show all text

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