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What a neat idea, from Alfonso Serrano by way of Felix Salmon:

Personally, I think this is a really good idea: give every print subscriber one Class B voting share of NYT stock, and then give them one more share every three months thereafter, assuming their subscription is still in good standing. The securities would automatically convert to Class A shares if they were sold or transferred, or if the subscriber let his subscription lapse.

I’m sure there’s some SEC craziness that renders this totally implausible, but even so, it’s appealing.

(Link via my dad!)

June 15, 2008 / Uncategorized

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pon says…

A mutual structure for a newspaper would be new and interesting. I don’t think it would work for the NYT in particular, but a new paper could easily set itself up with such a structure.

Insurance companies, credit unions, and co-ops have done the same.

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