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Emma Dorfman, 15, is soon to become part of the global financial system. Her future's going to be packaged into the first teenage-backed bond. The reward? A boatload of cash. The risks? Well, Emma might have missed the fine print... “Monetizing Emma” returns. Tickets & More Info.

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