Does MDC's Miles Nadal Have A Chance?

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Miles Nadal is in his next phase of his reinvention: The one-time teenage photography entrepreneur who, at age 22, parlayed those instincts into creating one of Canada’s largest printing companies is shedding most of those assets in an effort to refocus his MDC Partners as a pure marketing-communications company.

The 46-year-old college dropout, who now has his name attached to various Toronto institutions, from a Jewish community center to a York University management school to a patient-relations unit at Mount Sinai Hospital, has left his chilly hometown to become a sun-tanned advertising magnate based on the tax-free beaches of...

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