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After a day of silence, finally word from the union whose strikes last week prompted Hostess to announce it would liquidate the company.
The union wasn't just giving the media the cold shoulder. Hostess CEO Gregory Rayburn told CNBC this morning that the union had stopped returning his calls a month ago.
But this afternoon, the union had a lot to say.
This from Frank Hurt, president of the 80,000-worker Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union:
“Hostess’ announcement that it is liquidating the company is a deep disappointment for all of our Hostess members. While Hostess management wants to blame our members for the demise of the company, the truth is that had it not been for the valiant efforts of our members over the last eight years, including accepting significant wage and ben
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