• Here's what 9 top CEOs have to say about systemic racism and inequality in America

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    General Motors CEO Mary Barra called for more investment in childcare and educational institutions that serve people of color and those from marginalized backgrounds.
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    JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon, Walmart's Dough McMillon, and other members of the Business Roundtable (an association of some 200 CEOs from many of America's largest companies), released a statement addressing racial inequity in America.
    In the statement, some 16 CEOs spoke out about inequality in the US, and Walmart's McMillon called racial inequality "deeply rooted."
    JPMorgan's Dimon pointed to "long...
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