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Opinion | Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO: Banning assault-style rifles 'isn't a publicity stunt'
After a mass shooting left 17 dead in Parkland, Fla., Dick’s Sporting Goods announced it would no longer sell assault-style firearms. CEO Edward Stack explains his understanding of corporate social responsibility, and how he hopes Congress will do “the right thing,” too.
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