The Mozart of entrepreneurship

11/11/2008 | Marketplace

A few years ago, Josh Heinzl started buying Lego pieces in bulk and selling the parts online. No one cared that he was 12. "You have the money, they have the product, it's pretty simple right?" he says. "It doesn't even matter how old you are to do that." Now, the home-schooled 15-year-old, already a high-school senior, has opened his own toy store.

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