Millionaire Took Pay Cut To Raise Minimum Wage To $70,000 – Did It Work?


Patrick Bet-David has a virtual sit-down with American Internet Entrepreneur Dan Price. Dan Price is an American Internet entrepreneur. He currently serves as the CEO of the online credit card processing company Gravity Payments, which he started while a student at Seattle Pacific University. He gained recognition after he raised his company’s minimum wage to $70,000, and lowered his wage from $1.1 million to $70,000. In this interview, PBD and Price talk about the the latter’s view on capitalism and why he decided to significantly reduced his wage in order to pay everyone in his company the same wage. They also discuss his book Worth it: How a Million-Dollar Pay Cut and a $70,000 Minimum Wage Revealed a Better Way of Doing Business. Check out his book here:

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