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Why 3 Major Companies Decided to Take a Stand on Gun Violence

9 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

What do the executives at Citi, Levi Strauss, and Dick's Sporting Goods have in common? They've all willingly stepped into one of America's most controversial issues to combat the gun violence epidemic .
A trio of executives-Citi Global Chief Brand Officer Carla Hassan, Levi Strauss SVP and Chief Communications Officer Kelly McGinnis, and Dick's Sporting Goods President Lauren Hobart-explained their respective companies' decisions to lead on this politically fraught issue during Fortune ‘s Most Powerful Women summit in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.
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