Chick-fil-A c.e.o. Dan Cathy’s restaurant industry peers are still assessing the fallout from the chain’s high-profile marriage equality meltdown. But First Amendment rights or no, you can bet his fellow execs won’t be speaking out on this subject soon, if ever—except for those who want to actively court those who advocate tolerance and pro-marriage diversity. For its part, Chick-fil-A wants to put the issue behind it. The chain waved the white flag after a crazy ...
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