Marty Malinow

It's a small world, as Marty Malinow knows too well. At the midpoint in his trading career he took 18 months out to market a board game he had invented based on the idea of six degrees of separation in Hollywood.

Players had to connect actors to other actors and movies to movies. Malinow's version, competing with the 1990s college campus phenomenon Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, was popular for a time but not enough to stop him from making his next move. The experience set Malinow off joining the

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