General Electric, Xerox and General Mills have a message for U.S. courts: Hiring more women and minorities is good for profits.
That trio was among 57 large corporations that urged the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold affirmative action in college admissions this week. Now, with the University of Texas case handed back to a federal appeals court, they want to protect the programs that have provided an increasingly diverse talent pool.
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