Wall Street

Jerry Zezima: The bucks flow here

Published by
Tribune News Service

I have driven enough lemons to know that they can sour your bank account, but I recently discovered that lemonade, if sold in front of your house by a pair of irresistibly cute kids, can be a liquid asset. It’s why I am convinced my granddaughters Chloe and Lilly, who ran the aforementioned enterprise and earned a huge profit, could be CEOs (child economic officers) for a major corporation. Such was not the case last year, when the girls set up a lemonade stand in front of their house. It did not go well. In six hours, Chloe and Lilly made a grand total of $6.25. I blamed the disappointing ear…

Read More

Share this Story
Load More Related Articles
Load More In Wall Street