Robert Miller (businessman)

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Robert Miller
Born 1945/1946 (age 70–71)
Nationality Template:Canadians
Alma mater Rider University
Occupation Businessman and founder of Future Electronics
Net worth USD2.5 billion (as of March 2011)[1]

The philanthropic activities Miller, Future and its employees are involved in are not known to many primarily because the CEO doesn’t like to be interviewed and keeps these efforts hidden from the larger public. Yet, each year, Miller and Future donate millions of dollars to individuals, foundations and nations globally.

Electronics Purchasing Strategies magazine (2014)[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. 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.[1]

Miller is a graduate of Rider University.[3][4] He worked at a snackbar and as a D.J. to pay for college.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The World's Billionaires List at Forbes.com
  2. ^ a b Ojo, Bolaji (16 April 2014). "Getting to Know Future Electronics’ Robert Miller, Part Two". Electronics Purchasing Strategies (BBG Enterprises Inc.). Retrieved 15 July 2015. 
  3. ^ Miller's crossroad at CanadianBusiness.com
  4. ^ Robert Miller, The World's Richest People at Forbes.com