What Class F stock really means for your business

03/3/2010 | VentureBeat

Class F stock is an increasingly popular way for company founders to retain some control when outside investors flex their muscle. But experts say the super-voting rights and other perks of Class F stock can make it harder for young companies to attract capital. "For first-time entrepreneurs, it probably makes sense to keep it simple and just issue ordinary shares of common stock," lawyer Scott Edward Walker argues.

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