'Minority Hiring: Progress or Neglect?' stion posed in 1974 could still apply today, some industry observers feel. Increasing diversity in the industry is still a priority for the Food Marketing Institute in 2002. Augmenting minority representation within the industry and better serving minority communities are still key issues facing retail executives. In 1974, SN turned its attention once again to an issue that had dominated public discourse throughout the 1960s. In the wake of the ...

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