Should Chik-fil-A be held responsible for the personal beliefs of senior management?
Yes, because that's were the company's image originates from; senior management. What should really make it controversial depends on the belief. Not all beliefs are wrong OR right.
No, but they should be held responsible for the ACTIONS of senior management. Cathy chose to publicly make comments. He also chooses to donate money to anti-gay organizations. Instantaneous social reactions to these types of comments are a reality of today's world. Management needs to be aware of that. For a long time Cathy's position was to stay out of the debate. I don't know why he decided to jump into it now.
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