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92-year-old Oakland institution Mother's Cookies suddenly ceased cookie-making operations on Monday. The reason given by the company—well, aside from the bankruptcy—was the "rising prices for raw materials and fuel." The abrupt move leaves over 100 employees out of work at a moment's notice, and they're pissed. [Chron]

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