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US companies spend $8 billion a year on diversity and inclusion efforts, yet many are more segregated now than they were 40 years ago. To understand why there’s been little progress toward racial equality in corporate America, Business Insider spoke with prominent scholars, reviewed research, and analyzed conversations with diversity heads at major companies. Here’s what we learned.
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