The Wrong Stuff
The article "Those Soaring Salaries" (Oct. 9), about why business owners are giving themselves raises, contained critical factual errors. Amy R. Lewis is quoted as saying, "I wanted to embrace the latest and greatest stuff." In actuality, Lewis did not use the word "stuff" but rather the term "technology." The quote makes Lewis seem unprofessional and uneducated. Also, the article quotes Lewis as saying: "Once we had venture capital funding, I decided it was time for me to have a break." This is not true. Lewis has not, is not, and will not "have a break" from her position. Lewis remains at the helm of PerfectPractice.MD and is instrumental in all aspects of running the company. The reporter incorrectly states that Lewis expects to take an additional $50,000 per year raise. At no time did Lewis mention a dollar figure to the reporter.
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