1. OH, COME ON, HE’S 17

    Yahoo Buys Teen’s Startup For $30M

    MUNICH, GERMANY - JANUARY 23:  Nick D'Aloisio, founder of Summly, speaks during the Digital Life Design conference (DLD) at HVB Forum on January 23, 2012 in Munich, Germany. DLD (Digital - Life - Design) is a global conference network on innovation, digital, science and culture which connects business, creative and social leaders, opinion-formers and investors for crossover conversation and inspiration.  (Photo by Nadine Rupp/Getty Images)

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    He’s a 17-year-old who sold his startup for millions. What have you done? British whiz kid Nick D’Aloisio has sold his news app Summly to Yahoo for a reported $30 million. Summly essentially condenses content on a smartphone, making it easier to scroll. D’Aloiso started working on the app when he was 15 and released it for the iPhone only four months ago. He’ll work from Yahoo’s London office as the company’s youngest employee. The 17-year-old said that “if you have a good idea, or you think there’s a gap in the market, just go out and launch it.” He’s looking at you.

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