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July 15, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:43pm

A TEENAGE GATES IN THE UK?

By CBR Staff Writer

It looks like Bill Gates has got some competition from a 16-year- old British whiz kid who already has his own web design company, Global Gold Internet Services, which he runs from his bedroom and has 10 employees and revenue of 30,000 pounds since its establishment last November. The Guardian newspaper says Hertford, UK teenager Tim Dunton also dabbles in ware-housing – buying up names that other companies may want to use in the future – and points out Dunton made 5,000 pounds, in one of his quickest deals, when he invested just 80 pounds. Commenting similarities with Gates, Dunton said: I’m not like Bill Gates, I don’t want world domination.

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