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Topic - James Debney
Gunmaker Smith & Wesson tops the list of best businesses in bright blue Massachusetts — after not making the list at all last year — a new report in the Boston Globe found.
"We went back to what we do best, which is handguns," CEO James Debney told the Globe. "We divested the security business very successfully and since that point have not looked back."
"It's become an important piece of our business," Mr. Debney told the Globe. "But at the end of the day, we come back to our core competency, and where we're strategically focused, in terms of product, is the [military and police] pistol."