The J.C.Penney chain of retail stores broke with its conservative cash-and-carry policy during its 1958 reorganization for deciding to sell on credit.
A. during its 1958 reorganization for deciding to sell
B. for the decision at its 1958 reorganization to sell
C. when it was reorganized in 1958 for its decision to sell
D. in deciding during its reorganization in 1958 to sell
E. by deciding at its reorganization in 1958 on the selling of
The answer should be D. I disagree with the answer B to be correct because it's not logical for a chain to break something so that it can decide on something. If companies in general first have to take action before it can decide, then that can lead to catastrophe.
Option D implies that the decision took place either during the breaking or before the breaking. We definitely do not want to say that the decision took place after the breaking, something that option B does.