Classified Stock

Sometimes created by a firm to meet special needs and circumstances.  Generally, when special classifications of stock are used, one type is designated "Class A," another as "Class B," and so on.  For example, Class A might be entitled to receive dividends before dividends can be paid to Class B stock.  Class B might have the exclusive right to vote.
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