The following information was described in a note ofCanon Packing Co.“During August, Holland Products Corporationpurchased 311,003 shares of the Company’s commonstock which constitutes approximately 35% of thestock outstanding. Holland has since obtained representationon the Board of Directors.”“An affiliate of Holland Products Corporation actsas a food broker for Canon Packing in the greater NewYork City marketing area. The commissions for such servicesafter August amounted to approximately $20,000.”Why is this information disclosed?

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The following information was described in a note of
Canon Packing Co.
“During August, Holland Products Corporation
purchased 311,003 shares of the Company’s common
stock which constitutes approximately 35% of the
stock outstanding. Holland has since obtained representation
on the Board of Directors.”
“An affiliate of Holland Products Corporation acts
as a food broker for Canon Packing in the greater New
York City marketing area. The commissions for such services
after August amounted to approximately $20,000.”
Why is this information disclosed?

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