Responsible business practices for weapons manufacturers and distributors cover a range of actions. Transparency, risk analysis, and responsible marketing are some proactive measures companies can take.
The Rhode Island public pension fund will stop investing in companies that either operate private f…8 months, 4 weeks
Kansas City, Mo., has sued a gun manufacturer and several weapons dealers, accusing them of illegal…9 months, 3 weeks
Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden announced a 'first-of-its-kind' framework intended to miti…10 months, 3 weeks
Ed Stack, the chairman and chief executive of Dick's Sporting Goods Inc., arrived at work the Monda…11 months
Washington, DC -- Today, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) introduced the Gun Violence Preventio…11 months, 2 weeks
While promoting his new book, the chief executive said the retailer was reviewing gun sales chainwi…1 year
President Trump met in the White House on Friday with Wayne LaPierre, the chief executive of the Na…1 year
The gun manufacturer said the market had an adequate supply of sporting rifles and it would focus o…1 year, 1 month
The report, published by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, used data from the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gu…1 year, 1 month
You can thank John Streur, at least in part, for Walmart 's decision to restrict gun and ammunition…1 year, 1 month
We call on all companies to take meaningful action on gun violence
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State Street should use its power as the third largest asset manager to tell companies to stop selling assault weapons at retail stores.
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Vanguard should use its power as the second largest money manager to tell companies to stop manufacturing and selling assault weapons
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