"If you want to make money–go where the money is" replied fabulously successful Wall Street stock broker Joseph Kennedy to the inquisitive young business neophyte. Kennedy's profound insight has inspired generations of entrepreneurs all over the word. Including, it appears, at least one enterprising Michigander. 'If you want to make money plowing snow–go where your competitors store their snow plows, steal the equipment on the eve of heavy snowfall, and then solicit their stranded customers' reasoned Saginaw snow plow operator David C. Robison. And its precisely that misinterpretation of Kennedy's business acumen which landed Robison in front of a judge who arraigned him on three counts of felony theft, each a five year offense. Perhaps the criminal defense lawyer can advocate for mandatory enrollment in business college, in lieu of jail. Stay tuned! Police: Saginaw landscaping employee stole snow plows from competing businesses, The Saginaw News, January 15, 2011
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