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To compile the list, Black Enterprise sent surveys about the participation of African-Americans and other ethnic minorities to the top 1,000 publicly traded companies and 100 leading global companies with strong U.S. operations. If a company provided information on its other diversity efforts, that data was also used as supporting evidence.
The editors focused on diversity in four key areas: employee base, senior management, board of directors and supplier diversity, and highlighted Coke’s senior management and employee base as strengths.
Of the company's inclusion in the list, Steve Bucherati, group director, global diversity, says, "We are honored to once again receive this recognition from Black Enterprise. There is much more for us to do to reach our 2020 Vision of 'achieving true diversity,' but organizations like Black Enterprise validate that we are on the right track."
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