30 Under 30 2011: Where Are They Now?

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Jack Abraham, Milo, 2010

This San Francisco-based Internet company, which tracks the product information of 50,000 brick-and-mortar stores, has gone from a noteworthy start-up to full fledged internet force. In early December, mega-online retailer eBay acquired Milo for a whopping $75 million—just in time for the holiday shopping season. And this was more than just your textbook acquisition. The move was widely seen as the first major steps to merging online and offline shopping, or "commerce 3.0." Abraham is currently spearheading Local at eBay, while continuing to develop the brand’s offline reach. Read more.