Amazon, Goldman, GM among 34 big firms that have agreed to share private race, gender, and ethnicity workforce data.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc headquarters stands in New York, US where a push by the city comptroller and three city retirement funds has seen more than 30 companies agree to share regulatory filings that include diversity data [File: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg]

More than thirty of the largest U.S. companies have agreed to new disclosures of previously private race, gender and ethnicity workforce data as part of a push by the New York City comptroller and three city retirement funds.

Amazon.com Inc., General Motors Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. are among 34 companies that have agreed to share the regulatory filing when

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