In this case, the workers will have to settle for unemployment insurance rather than the wages they demanded.Tonight the CBS News covered this story, including a reporter talking to a worker on the picket line at the Seattle plant.reporter: "why put yourselfs out of work"worker, who had worked there 37 years: by the time they took away the pension, cut pay and charged more for health insurance, we would be making about minimum wageHere's the reporthttp://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50135330nGiven that Hostess was controlled by a couple hedge funds, there could be more here than meets the eye: like knowingly putting the company out of business, so the brands could be sold for a quick buck, without the baggage of actual pysical assets and without an existing workforce.Steve
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