>> Hostess Brands Inc. and its second largest union will go into mediation to try and resolve their differences, meaning the company won't go out of business just yet. The news came Monday after Hostess moved to liquidate and sell off its assets in bankruptcy court citing a crippling strike last week. .....The judge noted that the bakery union went on strike after rejecting the company's latest contract offer, even though it never filed an objection to it. "Many people, myself included, have serious questions as to the logic behind this strike," said Judge Robert Drain, <<http://www.wtop.com/628/3125884/Judge-orders-Hostess-to-medi...What a jokester the judge is - talking about unions and logic in the same sentence.arrete
The preservatives must have saved them..
What a jokester the judge is - talking about unions and logic in the same sentence.arreteOh boy. The speculators that went out and bought up cart loads of Twinkies have to be POed. <g>Mike
Oh boy. The speculators that went out and bought up cart loads of Twinkies have to be POed. <g>-----------------DH tried to get some today at the grocery store. I told him there wouldn't be any, and there weren't. The man hasn't eaten a Twinkie in 40 years.arrete - I never liked Twinkes. Ho-hoes are different matter.
I think the judge is just trying to give the union a face-saving way to go accept the prior offer from the company. We shall see, though. It reminds me of Eastern Airlines.
I think the judge is just trying to give the union a face-saving way to go accept the prior offer from the company.-----------------I must say, a union that "facilitates" the losing of 18,000 members definitely has problems, and probably isn't going to do well going "forward".arrete
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