8th May 2010 by Gary B
Class A shares will differ from Class B shares based on voting rights connected to them. Normally a Class A share will carry more voting rights, but that can change from company to company, and needs to be found out before buying shares if that's important to an investor. So while Class A shares and Class B shares are different, the difference is defined by the company and not by an industry standard.
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