There are two different types of stock (shares) that a Corporation can issue - Common and Preferred.
Common Stock is what Corporations usually issue to Shareholders.
Common Stockholders receive a pro-rata share of the assets of the Corporation upon its dissolution.
Common Stock can be voting, or non-voting.
Holders of voting Common Stock get to elect the Board of Directors of the Corporation, and thereby exercise control of the Corporation.
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Holders of non-voting Common Stock do not get to elect the Board of Directors, but they still receive their pro-rata share of the Corporation's assets upon its dissolution.
Common Stockholders may be eligible to receive dividends if Corporate profits allow.