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35-year-old risked his parents' house on a $2.5 million loan to start a fashion brand—now it brings in $100 million a year

Cashmere apparel brand Naadam began with a surprise trip to the Gobi Desert and a $2.5 million loan that used CEO Matt Scanlan's parents' house as collateral.
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