Harvest’s common stock will cease to trade on the
Harvest has reserved funds intended to be used for certain payments and costs in connection with its dissolution, as well as funds to establish reserves for the payment of current and possible future liabilities. These payments and costs include general and administrative costs, dissolution expenses, taxes, costs associated with pursuing ongoing litigation, and payments related to terminations of employment. To the extent that there are remaining funds after Harvest completes its winding up process, those funds, together with any additional revenues, will be distributed from time to time to Harvest’s stockholders of record as of the date of dissolution.
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