SAN ANTONIO, Texas – This week, the National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC) recognized 14 of its member corporations for being selected to FORUTNE's 2003 list of "50 Best Companies for Minorities." The companies were acknowledged during a luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas where the organization is holding its fall meeting. Edward Garza, Mayor of San Antonio, offered the luncheon's opening remarks.
"These companies are leading the way in recruiting, training and promoting minorities," said Carlos Soto, NHCC President and CEO. He added, "They have developed cutting-edge best practices which will ensure the continued and increasing strength and diversity of America's workforce. We are proud to include them as NHCC members."
The 14 companies honored were Bank of America; The Coca-Cola Company; DTE Energy; Eastman Kodak Company; Fannie Mae; Hyatt Hotels Corporation; Marriott International, Inc.; McDonald's Corporation; Nordstrom, Inc.; PepsiCo, Inc.; PNM Resources, Inc.; Procter & Gamble; Verizon Communications; and Wyndham International, Inc.
For more information, go to http://www.nhcc-hq.org.
Most Popular Stories
- Fantasy Football Gambling Industry Facing Increased Legal Scrutiny
- As States Legalize Pot, Will Traffic Deaths Rise?
- NATO Plans High-Readiness Force to Counter Russia
- Obama Promoting Economic Gains As Elections Near
- 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Conquers the North American Box Office with $16.3M
- GE Capital and Petters-Related Fund in Legal Battle
- California Conservation Conundrum: Water Use Varies Greatly Across State
- Combating Online Abuse Not Easy for Gamers
- Even With Surly 2014 Electorate, It's 'Still an Incumbent's World'
- Feds Want Nuclear Waste Train, but Nowhere to Go