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When Rubicon Bakery was put on the market, the seller had one condition: Whoever purchased the company would have to uphold its mission of hiring the homeless, people with criminal records and recovering drug addicts. Rubicon Programs, the social service agency that had owned and operated the Richmond, Calif., wholesale bakery for 17 years, brought in Andrew Stoloff, a seasoned restaurateur, to help find such a buyer. But it was not an easy sale: The bakery’s equipment was old and inefficient, there was just one reliable commercial customer, and there were no profits.

Find out how Stoloff helped to restore Rubicon Bakery back to profitability and more from Entrepreneur Magazine: http://ow.ly/rn2zg

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