A new book titled Bob Mills, The Machine: The Story of the Billionaire Who Turned a Business Into a Billion-Dollar Business has just been released.
The book tells the story of how Mills, a billionaire businessman who sold a printing press to the family of the late Bob Mills Sr., built a billion-dollar printing company and created a chain of online retailers.
It’s the first in a trilogy.
Mills was an unlikely billionaire.
He grew up in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he graduated from high school.
He later attended a public school, where his dad taught art history.
His father, Robert Mills, was a legendary businessman who ran the family business for more than 60 years.
Mushrooms and cheese products were the two staples of Mills’s diet, and he was a vegetarian for most of his life.
Mills, who was born on January 13, 1957, is credited with the invention of the pizza box.
The company was named after him, according to Wikipedia.
He died on April 29, 2020.
When he was 16 years old, Mills was hired to work for the company, a printing plant in Wisconsin.
After that, Mills took a job at a bank, which allowed him to start his own printing company.
The printing business was the brainchild of his father, Bob Mills Jr., who was a billionaire investor and founder of the World Wide Web.
Mills helped the family’s business to grow, and eventually, Mills started his own online retail chain.
The store, named after his father’s pizza box, was the only business in the world with the name “Bob Mills,” according to the book.
The name of the store is still the only thing that people know for sure about Mills.
The book details Mills’s first two years as a businessman.
He was young, but the business didn’t take off.
He struggled with debt, and his father made it clear that his business would die.
Mills went through bankruptcy, but it wasn’t until the 1980s that Mills started to have success in his business.
Mill made his first million dollars, and the next year, the company made $500 million.
It was a big jump for Mills.
But he still struggled with financial issues.
The business eventually went into receivership, and Mills was laid off in 1992.
After that, his family became wealthy.
In 1996, Mills’s wife died, and it was decided to split the family fortune.
Mills’s business was shut down, and a lawsuit filed against him for $500,000 later led to a $3.6 billion settlement in 1999.
In 2000, Mills sold his company to the company that would become eBay.
The following year, he became a billionaire, making millions.
In 2003, Mills became a father of two and married his wife of 26 years, Michelle Mills.
They have two daughters.
The couple has three grandchildren.
In 2014, Mills married his third wife, Kim, and they have two more grandchildren.