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  • D
    Kellogg wants it's employees to not have a comfortable living on 40 hour week. They have been forcing people to work 60 to 80 hours forever. They want them to only make a comfortable living working 80 hours. The employees should demand no more forced overtime, then Kellogg would have to hire twice as many people. Those are hours of their lives that cannot be made up, they are lost forever!! Keep up the strike!!
  • L
    Soon strike will be over and k will be $65.I think investing with crypto will be the best option now especially with the rate of the current market.
  • B
    Just started at the Omaha plant 30 days ago. Now on strike because new employees are paid half of what regular employees make. For new employees there is no path to full pay, good insurance and you never get a pension. Employees have to work 12 hours a day 7 days a week and often only have 8 hours off between 12 hour shifts. The CEO just got a $3,000,000 raise because of covid and the workers got $500. Corporate Greed at it's "finest".
  • A
    I may be just an average American and I just own 30 shares of Kellogg which I considered a good investment. Nevertheless, I would hope the company would have more respect for their valuable labor force. These stories of having to work 60 -80 hours a week is just wrong. I hope Kellogg's will consider the quality of life of their workers. Who wants an exhausted and abused workforce?
  • M
    If I were a union leader and wanted assert control on how my members we paid, I would own alot of shares in the company. I would direct my members to buy shares in the company….but then I would actually have to consider the ramifications of a strike….my dividends… my initial investment. Hmmm guess thats why unions leaders invest in companies that have no unions….lol
  • b
    Nice dividends. Beware, overpaid Michigan workers destroyed the auto industry and cereals are next.
  • G
    They should give them shares in Kellogg as a 401 or IRA contribution. That way everyone has a shared interest and workers are getting a future requirement. I guess wages aren't going up fast enough. This will backfire on them I'm pretty sure.
  • A
    well, you put a price tag on the union demands and turn it over to your CFO. Then you set back and see who gets the hair cut. The company, union workers, stock holders or the consumer and go from there.
  • S
    Nobody ate their cereal today?:p
  • G
    is special k a legal substance?
  • S
    I understand Kellogg's workers are now on strike. Good! I will never forgive the company for discontinuing Product 19!
  • D
    I recently invested in Kellog because I eat their cereals and like their dividend. But being a bit anxious I decided I'd better try Morningstar Farms veggie burgers rather than beyond beef burgers. I had bought into beyond because of all the hype, but I enjoyed them. To my great surprise I preferred the taste of MF's veggie burgers, so I think Kellog will be a strong competitor in the meat-to-plant revolution.
  • R
    I hope they don’t sell out of my Raisin Bran Crunch
  • Y
    I bought K in May and it has been doing good. Dividends at 0.91% of price are good too.
    I will add more on the dips.
  • G
    This is a good stock to buy because people always need food. Should do well during the coming hyperinflation if government doesn't seize it.
  • T
    Time to go long on Tony the Tiger shelf stock before the supply is depleted. Should be great for q4 sales.
  • S
    Saint Preferred
    Their friends over at GIS just floated a bond offering for "climate change." No joke.
  • J
    K has solid pricing power. I like this name under 60
  • S
    Saint Preferred
    Every union in this country will strike as soon as they are able. You have a demo-socialist pro-union in the WH. All you need to know.
  • B
    One day this country may realize that we have one lookout for one another. Too many folks only care about themselves one day your job might be on the line next. Boycott Kelloggs.