Nick D’Aloisio via TwitterNick D’Aloisio, founder of SummlyIt’s a great week to be Nick D’Aloisio, the high school wunderkind who just sold his startup Summly to Yahoo for $30 million.
Like most high school students, he still lives at home, has a curfew and gets nagged to clean his room. He tells NY Post he’ll be commuting from his parents’ house to his first-ever job in two weeks when he begins at Yahoo.
D’Aloisio also has a girlfriend. What does she think of the acquisition?
She is “very excited,” D’Aloisio tells NY Post.
The pair have been dating for 10 months. D’Aloisio says spending time with her is a favourite pastime, along with playing sports and designing things.
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