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What Meg Green was thinking when she purposefully shed $40 million of assets

The advisor saw more downside than upside to the smaller accounts and pulled the trigger on a deal

Wednesday, July 7, 2010 – 5:36 AM by Elizabeth MacBride
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Meg Green: Not all the bodies were really profitable in my model.

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