Robert Miller (businessman)

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Robert Miller
Born 1945/1946 (age 68–69)[1]
Nationality  Canada
Alma mater Rider University
Occupation Businessman and founder of Future Electronics
Net worth USD2.5 billion (as of March 2011)[2]

Robert Miller (born 1946), is a Canadian businessman who founded Future Electronics in 1968 and built it into the world's third-largest electronics distributor.[1] With an estimated net worth of $USD 2.5 billion (as of March 2011), Miller was ranked by Forbes as the 10th wealthiest Canadian and 459th in the world.[2]

Miller is a graduate of Rider University.[3][4]

According to Fortune magazine, Miller has given "generously" to charities, including Alcor Life Extension Foundation; he plans to be cryogenically preserved after death.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "5 billionaires who want to live forever: Robert Miller". April 4, 2013. Retrieved 2013-04-04. 
  2. ^ a b The World's Billionaires List at Forbes.com
  3. ^ Miller's crossroad at CanadianBusiness.com
  4. ^ Robert Miller, The World's Richest People at Forbes.com