Yahoo Acqui-hires Summly, The News Reader App From 17-Year-Old 'Boy Genius' Nick D'Aloisio

Yahoo Acqui-hires Summly, The News Reader App From 17-Year-Old 'Boy Genius' Nick D'Aloisio

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New Summly was founded back in mid-2011 by Nick D’Aloisio, a now 17-year-old English programmer who has been dubbed a “boy genius” for his precocious tech savvy and business sense. Late last year, the Summly app snapped up some $1 million in funding from big name investors including Li Ka...
Yahoo Acqui-hires Summly, The News Reader App From 17-Year-Old 'Boy Genius' Nick D'Aloisio
                                       

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