9 CEOs Who Started Companies as Kids
Jason Finger, Seamless Web
It’s hard to resist an ice-cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer day, and when you’ve just finished a run, it’s even more likely you’ll need to quench your thirst. That’s why nine-year-old Jason Finger set up his lemonade stand next to a jogging path in downtown Manhattan, where him and his cousin were sure to get business selling Kool-Aid punch and lemonade. There’s no shortage of business these days, either. Finger founded Seamless Web in 1999, a New York-based online food delivery service, which sold to Aramark in 2006.