I got an email from Walmart’s CEO midday today. It was his plan to step into the debate on guns. Other CEO’s should follow his example. My latest column
Why did Wal-Mart stop selling ammunition used in mass shootings? For many reasons, including a sustained line of inquiry and logic from
Yet another example of a company taking a stand on a political issue. This is a sea change, but like global warming, it's happening slowly (and then likely, all at once).
Google News - Walmart’s C.E.O. Steps Into the Gun Debate. Other C.E.O.s Should Follow.
In an open letter to Walmart employees, 's CEO said they'd stop selling ammunition used for handguns and military-style weapons, end the sale of handguns and discourage anyone from carrying weapons in his stores (even in “open carry” states).
"Which C.E.O. will be next?" - Walmart’s C.E.O. Steps Into the Gun Debate. Other C.E.O.s Should Follow.
Wow. Pulitzer worthy from (Clear style, moral purpose, sound reasoning, power to influence public opinion in what he conceives to be the right direction...)
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