MoviePass has customers, but now they need to make money

Last summer, MoviePass introduced a seemingly impossible-to-pass-up offer. For less than the price of a movie ticket (depending on where you're located), you can see one per calendar day in a movie theatre. The easy part for the team behind the service was getting people to sign up for it. Now they've got to make money off their customers, and we're finally learning how that'll all work.

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Minimum wage was never intended for people to live on

When a government tells businesses how much they must pay employees, it runs the risk of decreasing the amount of positions available or eliminating them altogether. Most businesses are comfortable with paying their employees a reasonable and accessible wage, but when the minimum gets hiked up, they tend to look at automating aspects of the workplace to eliminate human employees.

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