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When a company is set up, the founders purchase Common Stock. The price of that Common Stock is typically very low (almost zero) because the company has just been set up and presumably has very little value for example, $0.0001/share. If the founder is issued 5,000,000 shares, the purchase price would be $500.
Founder shares vesting means that after a specified time period or event, a company founder may keep all or a certain percentage of his or her stock shares even after leaving the company. Shares that are not vested may be repurchased by the corporation, often at a lower value than would be commanded on the open market.
If your co-founder is not a member of your startups board of directors, you can fire them at any time. However, if your co-founder is a board member, then terminating them is much more complicated. First, your board will need to vote on your co-founders termination.
A founders restricted rights agreement details the relationship between each of the founders and the startup with respect to equity shares issued, how those shares vest and what happens to those shares should a founder leave voluntarily or be terminated, or in the event of their disability or death.
FF Preferred Stock is essentially common stock with a twist that allows it to be converted to preferred stock. Issued to a founder, it typically can only be converted to the round of preferred stock being sold at the time of a new financing and upon approval of the board.
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Founders shares are low-priced common stock issued when a startup company is incorporated. The shares are typically spread among initial parties, proportionate to their role or investment in the company. The shares are allocated at this point, but do not become vested, or owned, until a later time.
The founder may sell her shares to new or existing investors as part of a priced equity round. This strategy is especially useful if there is demand for the companys shares beyond the companys financing needs.
Founders stock refers to the equity that is given to the early founders of an organization. This type of stock differs in a few important ways from common stock sold in the secondary market. Key differences are (1) that founders stock can only be issued at face value, and (2) it comes with a vesting schedule.
Founders stock refers to the shares issued to the originators of a company. Often, the stock does not receive any returns up to the point that a dividend is payable to the common stockholders. Founders stock comes with a vesting schedule, which determines when the shares are exercisable.
A Good Leaver will usually be required to transfer the shares they have vested and are entitled to to the company when they leave and will receive market value for the shares they transfer. Alternatively, they may be allowed to retain their vested shares.

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