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    2. Just a Quick Reminder That Facebook's Board Doesn't Actually Govern Facebook

      Just a Quick Reminder That Facebook's Board Doesn't Actually Govern Facebook
      Technically speaking, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg is correct that Facebook's board of directors is "the group that ultimately governs Facebook" in his post announcing that the company is adding outgoing American Express CEO Ken Chenault to its board of directors. That's why the young chief executive says adding a director is "a long process" that he takes "very seriously...
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    3. Roku's CEO and Other Insiders will Control 98 percent of the Company's Voting Power even after its IPO

      Roku's CEO and Other Insiders will Control 98 percent of the Company's Voting Power even after its IPO
      Roku may not have the same buzz as Google, Facebook or even Snap, but when it goes public, it plans to take a page from the books of those companies, creating an ownership structure that will give its CEO and other insiders outsized power. Following its planned public offering, 98% of the voting power of Roku's stock will be controlled by executives, directors, employees and other insiders...
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    1. If our client doesn't want non-voting shares in the index, that's something we need to seriously take on board
      In FTSE Russell Turns to Investors on Snap Voting Rights Quandary
    2. If Snap gets away with this, issuing non-voting shares will become pandemic, and shareholders will become helpless dupes.
      In Snap Tried to Turn Big Investors into Zombies — it Didn’t Work