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When Jeff Baron came to Washington this month, he was wearing a borrowed suit.Once upon a time, the Internet pioneer -- who taught himself computer programming and created innovative software to register domain names -- lived the good life in a Dallas suburb.His company, Ondova, was a cash cow, pulling in $1.5 million in profit each month. It all started unraveling when Baron, now 44, hired...

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