Come mid-July, there will be no more excuses for companies failing to fulfill minority contract quotas. That's when Roy S. Roberts, who retired from his post in February as chief of General Motors Corp.'s Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing organization, will launch M-Xchange, an online marketplace that will help facilitate minority procurement for companies in all industries. “The auto industry in (Detroit) has been a leader in dealing with minority suppliers,” says Mr. Roberts. “Can ...

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