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Click not bang

29 May 2019 By John Foley

Over a year after it banned assault-style weapons, the U.S. sporting goods retailer’s sales and profit have held up. Chain stores sell only a fraction of America’s guns, limiting the impact. But Dick’s example suggests companies don’t have to pay a price for being principled.

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