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Topic - Brian Driscoll
"With these changes, we can access capital to reinvest in our company again and begin to level the playing field with our competitors," Mr. Driscoll said. "This company has tremendous potential if we can remove the barriers to success."
"Hostess has some of our industry's most powerful and resilient brands," President and CEO Brian Driscoll said in a statement. "With generations of loyal consumers, numerous iconic products and a talented and experienced workforce, Hostess Brands has tremendous inherent strengths to build upon."