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When entrepreneur Sherry Deutschmann first decided to start a business, she knew she wanted to build something totally different. Sherry tells the story of the creation of that company, LetterLogic, and how she turned it into a $40-million company by putting employees first even ahead of customers and shareholders. Putting her people first took many forms, with an extremely generous profit sharing plan and fair living wages among them.

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