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July 20, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Denny's to Boost Opportunities for Latinos: Flagstar Cos., the parent of 2,500 Denny's restaurants, signed an agreement with the Hispanic Assn. on Corporate Responsibility that calls for greater recruitment and promotion of Latino employees for managerial posts and as franchise owners. The HACR is a coalition of eight Latino organizations. The agreement is separate from the $54.7-million settlement of two lawsuits charging racial discrimination of Denny's customers.
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July 20, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Denny's to Boost Opportunities for Latinos: Flagstar Cos., the parent of 2,500 Denny's restaurants, signed an agreement with the Hispanic Assn. on Corporate Responsibility that calls for greater recruitment and promotion of Latino employees for managerial posts and as franchise owners. The HACR is a coalition of eight Latino organizations. The agreement is separate from the $54.7-million settlement of two lawsuits charging racial discrimination of Denny's customers.
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March 16, 1994 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
On the Board: In a recent study, the Washington-based watchdog organization Hispanic Assn. on Corporate Responsibility arrived at an eye-opening conclusion. Last year, Latinos held director positions at only 94 of the 1,000 largest U.S. companies--and none at Orange County's five Fortune 500 companies. However, three of the county's Service 500 companies have Latinos in their boardrooms: drug distributor Bergen Brunswig in Orange; engineering firm Fluor Corp.
BUSINESS
March 16, 1994 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
On the Board: In a recent study, the Washington-based watchdog organization Hispanic Assn. on Corporate Responsibility arrived at an eye-opening conclusion. Last year, Latinos held director positions at only 94 of the 1,000 largest U.S. companies--and none at Orange County's five Fortune 500 companies. However, three of the county's Service 500 companies have Latinos in their boardrooms: drug distributor Bergen Brunswig in Orange; engineering firm Fluor Corp.
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