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    :: Thursday, December 29, 2005 ::

    Shareholders OK sale of Maytag to Whirlpool - Billings Gazette
    A representative of the International Association of Machinists from Chicago attended the meeting. Christina Nedrow said it's wrong that Hake will leave Maytag with more than $10 million in bonuses and benefits after poorly managing the company.

    'The community lost, the shareholders lost,' she said. 'Every stakeholder lost - except for Ralph Hake and other top management.'

    The machinists' union represents line workers in Maytag factories in Iowa and Illinois.
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