If I was the CEO of a corporation that the unions were running into the ground, I'd take the money and run, too. No reason not to.Nice to see those Christian morals so blatantly displayed.one year ago:Some creditors question Hostess pay raises approved in late July a year agoBrian Driscoll, CEO, around $750,000 to $2,550,000Gary Wandschneider, EVP, $500,000 to $900,000John Stewart, EVP, $400,000 to $700,000David Loeser, EVP, $375,000 to $656,256Kent Magill, EVP, $375,000 to $656,256Richard Seban, EVP, $375,000 to $656,256John Akeson, SVP, $300,000 to $480,000Steven Birgfeld, SVP, $240,000 to $360,000Martha Ross, SVP, $240,000 to $360,000Rob Kissick, SVP, $182,000 to $273,008Now: We demand salary rollbacks of union workers, an end to pension payments, a reduction of benefit costs!And you can't figure out why the workers would strike. No wonder American business is in the crapper, with "let them eat cake" support like yours. I remember when Lee Iacocca cut his own salary to $1 a year so he could look the union negotiators in the eye and say "We're all in this together." It appears that no one in management at Hostess - or across a litany of other American enterprises - is that smart.
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