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Group pledges 100,000 jobs for New York minorities

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A coalition of more than two dozen business leaders from some of New York City's largest employers have together pledged to hire 100,000 people from minority communities over the next decade. (Aug. 12)
 
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Leaders from major U.S. companies, including banks and tech giants, have formed a group aimed at increasing the hiring of individuals from minority communities in New York. Fred Katayama reports.

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