Dan Price, center, chief of Gravity Payments, during a meeting with employees last July in Seattle. When Price set a minimum salary of $70,000 for his employees, he did not anticipate the outpouring of attention both positive and negative.
Dan Price, center, chief of Gravity Payments, during a meeting with employees last July in Seattle. When Price set a minimum salary of $70,000 for his employees, he did not anticipate the outpouring of attention both positive and negative. MATTHEW RYAN WILLIAMS NYT
Dan Price, center, chief of Gravity Payments, during a meeting with employees last July in Seattle. When Price set a minimum salary of $70,000 for his employees, he did not anticipate the outpouring of attention both positive and negative. MATTHEW RYAN WILLIAMS NYT

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