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By Jill Hamburg Coplan
The implosion of Wall Street has created a new crop of entrepreneurs. After the loss of their jobs, these one-time financiers quickly jumped into action, sometimes the day they got axed. They honed their business plans on lunch hours and late-night calls – with many using their severance payments as start-up capital. Flip through the slide show to hear about five Wall Streeters who have started anew, this time as entrepreneurs.