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Martha's Steward

When the domestic diva ran into trouble, San Francisco manager Jeffrey Ubben rose to prominence rescuing her company -- and cashing in a tidy profit.

Jeffrey Ubben had just disembarked from a plane in Santa Barbara, California, and was en route to Mentor Corp., a maker of breast implants in which he had a big investment, when he first heard that Martha Stewart, his friend and business partner, might be in trouble. It was June 2002,

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