Dick's should take notes.
Billionaire Warren Buffett stood his ground when it comes to his company, Berkshire Hathaway, continuing to do business with gun owners, saying that his personal political beliefs aren't imposed on his company.
Business Insider reported that during a meeting with Berkshire Hathaway's shareholders, CNBC anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin relayed a question, which asked why Buffett's businesses would continue to work with gun manufacturers when it's contrary to his own beliefs.
“I do not believe in imposing my political opinions on the activities of our businesses, and if we get into what companies are pure and which ones aren't pure, I think it is very difficult to make that call,” Buffett explained.
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