Business Week writes about entrepreneurs under 25 years of age:
Led by China and India, Asia’s superfast economies have dazzled observers for the last decade. But until recently the defining feature of most of them was corporate bigness.
Divyank Turakhia, co-founder and director of Bombay-based Directi Group, was doing Internet consulting at age 14 before launching his domain-name registration and site-building company two years later with $600 he borrowed from his parents. At 24, he runs a profitable company with more than 250 employees and clients around the world.