Constitutional libertarian wrote:
I can only assume he expressed no politically motivated business decisions prior to them pulling that book from their shelves.
Honestly, what are they 3rd or 4th largest retailer in the country and they have made no politically based business decisions.
They all must make politically based decisions all the time.
He also said this in the same article.
Because of Sinegal's public support of Obama, the recent withdrawal of Dinesh D'Souza's book "America: Imagine a World Without Her" from Costco warehouses nationwide, just before the release of the movie by the same title, was widely interpreted as a political move -- the movie is very critical of the president. I spoke to current Costco CEO Craig Jelinek, who was so absorbed in the business of the company that he had been unaware of the movie prior to the resultant backlash. He readily admitted that those responsible for managing the limited book space in Costco warehouses should have been aware of the imminent release of the movie and retained the book in anticipation of a brisk stimulation of book sales, which had been sluggish.