It's Women's History Month and on this episode we go back in time to talk about a business pioneer, Amy Archer-Gilligan. Today, elderly care homes are common, but not back in the early 1900's. Amy's care home seemed to always be at max capacity but in order for Amy to keep making money she needed new residents. Old people, sometimes they can live a long time but that didn't quite fit Amy's business model. Elderly Care home or Murder Factory....let's just hope today's Elderly Care Homes aren't Murder Factories.
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