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Rights fights

20 September 2011 By John Foley

The soccer club may list in Singapore with “stapled” securities that could entrench the Glazer family’s control. But though new investors may not get the voting power they’d like, that can be reflected in the price. If the idea sounds too tricksy, would-be backers can say no.

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