Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Teen with dyslexia runs multimillion-dollar online company

Evan Paul, 18, who struggled with dyslexia when learning to read will graduate from high school in June as the CEO of a multimillion-dollar online video-game trading company he founded. Paul founded eGamePlace.com when he was 15; he estimates the company will reach $3.6 million in revenue this year. The Sun (Baltimore)

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