Snap won't give shareholders voting rights. For that, it's being shunned by a major stock index - Los Angeles Times
The company behind the Russell 3000 index will not include Snap Inc. stock in that or other closely watched indices after investors voiced concern over the lack of voting rights given to Snap shareholders.
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