By Matt Brady
British teenagers are "out of control", screamed the Daily Mail this week. Our young people, explained the think tank Institute for Public Policy Research, are more likely to binge-drink, start fights and take drugs than their European counterparts.
Calum Brannan, Adam Hildreth and Mike Welch, however, get their teenage kicks in a very different manner. An article published in the FT two days ago, From a classroom to the boardroom, told how this tremendously talented trio founded successful internet companies before leaving school:
Good job, lads!
If you're now thinking that you would like to emulate their achievements, we have two articles on Small Business Centre that you may find useful:
By Matt Brady Many of us are now familiar with US internet success stories eBay, Amazon, Google and Yahoo!