Here's this year's 7 of the Forbes Youngest Millionaires:
Jason Brian of Autocricket
Joshua Dziabiak of Showclix
He used some of that money to invest in other companies including Showclix, a website selling tickets online. In 2009 he raised nearly $1 million, which valued the company at $2.75 million. Showclix collects services fees (usually paid by the ticket buyer) of 7% to 15% of ticket sales. Those fees brought in $9 million last year.
Milun Tesovic of Metrolyrics.com
Daniel Gómez Iñiguez of Solben
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Jamie Murray Wells of Glasses Direct
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In 2010, the company pulled in $5 million in annual revenue, employed 70 people and had raked in $34 million in venture funding.
Fraser Doherty of SuperJam
In 2010, Doherty remained the company's only full-time employee. Based on a reasonable valuation multiple of one time revenue (jelly maker J.M. Smucker traded between 1 and 1.5 times revenue), Doherty's debt-free stake was worth between $1 million and $2 million.
Michael Furdyk of Mydesktop.com
In 1999 Furdyk, Hayman and a third partner sold the site to Internet.com for "over $1 million," Furdyk told Forbes in 2010