Or, you can’t fix stupid (with a lawsuit filed by a smart person). Or, to be slightly less orotund about it, the brother who wants to pay everyone at his small credit-card payment processing company at least $70K can’t be stopped by his brother and co-founder, who thinks that’s a really terrible idea. The two continued to play their appointed roles in the wake of Abel’s long-delayed victory over Cain.
In a statement on Sunday, Lucas Price said: “I am shocked and disappointed with the decision and I will be considering my options.”
Dan Price praised the ruling in a statement posted to his Facebook page but also emphasized his ties to his brother. “My love for my brother is unconditional,” he said, noting Lucas’s “incredibly valuable role” in creating Gravity Payments.