by Stacy Jones,Grace Donnelly
Originally published: June 16, 2017
Last week, the Fortune data team revealed that we spent the months leading up to the launch of this year's Fortune 500 collecting information about the diversity and inclusion policies at each company on the list .
In aggregate, the data showed that 3% of the companies on this year's Fortune 500 are fully transparent about the demographics of their workforce—and 72% of the senior executives at those 16 companies were white men.
We asked companies to disaggregate their own diversity data. Now we'd like to do the same.