Daniel J. Kim, a former investment banker with Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette in Los Angeles, was 30 years old when friends in South Korea approached him about the possibility of exporting their healthful frozen-yogurt concept, Red Mango, to the United States. Kim accepted the challenge and proceeded to refashion the concept for the American marketplace, designing hip locations and using social-media marketing to reach Red Mango’s young core clientele. In 2007 he opened the first Red Mango ...

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