You probably have a good idea of who tends to do the bullying. But you might be surprised by who gets bullied (and who is most affected by it). New research suggests that “it’s kids with social clout — the popular kids — who report the most distress when they say they’re victimized by their peers.” Meanwhile, the socially isolated misfits are busy selling their start-ups for a few billion.

+ Kwasi Enin did pretty well on his college applications. All eight Ivy League schools accepted him.