You don't have to be an adult to be an entrepreneur. In fact, you don't even have to be a high school graduate.
According to TeenBusiness.com, teenagers around the world are starting and running successful and inspiring businesses. The media has covered young people running high-tech and Web startups like Australian teen Nick D'Aloisio, who sold his news summary app, Summly, to Yahoo for $30 million last year. However, many young adults are changing what it means to be a teen entrepreneur by starting low-tech, green and science-based enterprises with goals that go beyond making money – they want to change lives, too.
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