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11 April 2005

DiversityInc Announces 2005 Top Companies for Diversity List

Author: DiversityInc

Altria, Turner Broadcasting [part of Time Warner], Citigroup, PepsiCo and Abbott Laboratories are the top five winners..."…the publicly held companies in our Top 50 post competitive results compared with [market indexes]..." said Luke Visconti,...

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17 April 2006

USA: Survey lists "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" - top 5 are Verizon, Con Edison, Coca-Cola, Health Care Service, HBO

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17 April 2006

[full list] The 2006 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity

Author: DiversityInc [USA]

1. Verizon Communications/Wireless 2. Consolidated Edison Co. of New York 3. The Coca-Cola Co. 4. Health Care Service Corp. 5. HBO [part of Time Warner] 6. PricewaterhouseCoopers 7. Turner Broadcasting [part of Time Warner] 8. Abbott 9. BellSouth 10....

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21 March 2007

The 2007 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity

Author: DiversityInc [USA]

[Companies in top 50 are, in order: Bank of America; Pepsi Bottling Group; AT&T; Coca-Cola; Ford; Verizon; Xerox; Consolidated Edison Co. of New York; JPMorgan Chase; PepsiCo; Wachovia; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Sodexho; Procter & Gamble; Blue...

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21 March 2007

USA: DiversityInc names "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" - top 5 are Bank of America, Pepsi Bottling Group, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Ford

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1 April 2008

The 2008 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity

Author: DiversityInc [USA]

DiversityInc announced its 2008 Top 50 Companies for Diversity today. For the second time in three years, Verizon is No. 1 on the list... Companies ranked in the listing demonstrate consistent strength in four areas: CEO Commitment, Human Capital,...

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1 April 2015

USA: Indiana law allows discrimination on "religious" grounds - Arkansas considers similar law, many companies oppose both

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