Premature Infant’s IPO Raises $3 Billion
(Delafield WI) – Delbert Cameron, age 5½ months, today became the world’s youngest tech billionaire after the initial public offering for his company raised more than $3 billion.
Though it has become commonplace for young entrepreneurs to score big in the tech marketplace before they’re old enough to drive, Cameron’s success stands out, since he is not yet old enough to walk.
Cameron developed his iPhone app, ChangeMe, while still in the womb. ChangeMe allows infants to signal their parents, at varying levels of urgency, when it’s time for a diaper change: “It’s just #1, no hurry,” “It’s #1 and #2, urgent” and “It’s an extremely pungent #2, red alert.”
Delbert Cameron’s parents, Abigail and Clinton Cameron, have placed the IPO money in a college trust fund which Delbert will tap in a few years when he begins attending Harvard.
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