Recent technological companies went to IPO with publicly traded stocks that have 1/10th of voting power of the privately held stocks.
Facebook, Google, GoPro are examples of such companies.
Usually there is class A shares with 1/10th of voting power of class B shares and insiders own > 10% of class B shares.
In this case as long as insiders hold > 10% of the company, it is not possible to change anything in the management structure, vote for dividends or complete hostile takeover (think Warren Buffet acquiring Berkshire Hathaway).
In this case, what's truly the intrinsic value of stocks with diluted voting power?