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Simon & Schuster CEO refuses to drop Pence’s multi-million book deal despite pressure from employees

Simon & Schuster's CEO Jonathan Karp told employees on Tuesday they would be going ahead with Mike Pence's two book deal despite a petition from some staffers that tried to cancel it

Insists: ‘We Come To Work Each Day To Publish, Not Cancel’



Simon & Schuster is refusing to bow to employees who tried to get the publishing giant to cancel former vice president Mike Pence’s multi-million dollar book deal.

In a letter sent to employees on Tuesday, Simon & Schuster’s CEO Jonathan Karp said they would be going ahead with Pence’s two book deal in the wake of a petition from some employees that demanded they drop it.

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