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Tech CEO Who Raised Employee Salaries to $70,000 Accused of Abuse

He was celebrated for raising the minimum salary for his employees to $70,000. At the time he was once called a "socialist CEO" and his company boomed. But beyond the headlines, Dan Price faced allegations of assault and rape. Multiple women have reportedly accused him of abuse and some claim it was social media stardom that fueled his bad behavior. Price has since resigned as CEO of fintech startup Gravity Payments in order to fight these "false accusations."

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Tech CEO Who Raised Employee Salaries to $70,000 Accused of Abuse
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    ‘$70,000 CEO’ Dan Price resigns as chief of Gravity Payments after assault allegations

    ‘$70,000 CEO’ Dan Price resigns as chief of Gravity Payments after assault allegations

    Dan Price, who made international headlines seven years ago for his plan to raise the minimum wage at Gravity Payments, resigned Wednesday as CEO of …

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