Texaco Gets Kudos For Turnaround in Racial Policy

Tuesday, June 22, 1999
Texaco Inc., continuing to recover from a record $175 million racial bias case settlement and the bad publicity surrounding it, was reportedly recognized by an African-American group for strides made in correcting what a company official called a "crisis of enormous proportions".
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