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Julie Aigner-Clark
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    (1967- )
    Born in Michigan
    Founder of Baby Einstein (1997)
    Produces videos, books and toys for children
    Sold company to Disney (2001)
    The Campaign for Commercial-Free Television filed a complaint with the FTC alleging misleading advertising by Baby Einstein (2006).
    A University of Washington study concluded that watching Baby Einstein and similar videos had detrimental effects on language development in children ages 6 to 18 months (2007).
    She made an incongruous appearance as President Bush's guest at the 2007 State of the Union address, alongside subway hero Wesley Autrey and several Iraq veterans.
    A business she started in her basement grew into a $10-million company in only three years.
    Royalties from her company placed Albert Einstein in the top five on Forbes' list of the highest-earning dead celebs.
    She was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young and Working Mother.
    After selling Baby Einstein, she joined with John Walsh on 'The Safe Side' to instruct elementary-age kids about safety around strangers.
    She survived breast cancer.

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