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‘It’s big business it’s not about golf’   

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Martha Burk, Director of Corporate Accountability Project for The National Council of Women’s Organization, weighs in on  Augusta National’s latest membership controversy. Burk says Augusta should “do the right thing” and open its doors to IBM chief executive officer Virginia Rometty.