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Posted on: Nov. 16, 2017, 10:06 p.m.
A new paper from the University of Chicago argues that issuing non-voting stock allows informed shareholders to acquire more influence at a lower cost. Snaps decision to go public with non-voting shares this year sparked opposition from institutional investors, ultimately leading at least two stock indexes to exclude companies with dual-class shares from their indexes. But the existence of shares without voting rights could actually be beneficial for activist investors, according to a new paper. Full investment news articleRelevent to this post: State Street State Street Global Advisors,