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The tech world's new key to productivity? A $5,900 chair

Che Voigt believes his company has solved problems that have plagued the working world since the advent of typing.  It’s a solution to hunched backs, stiff necks and tight shoulders. It’s a workstation that, with a push of a button, transitions from a standing desk to a seated table to a fully...
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Che Voigt believes his company has solved problems that have plagued the working world since the advent of typing.

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