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This Man Turned Himself into a Publicly Owned Company

Mike Merill IPO

Mike Merrill began to engage in his oddly brilliant idea when he was 30 years old back in 2008. At first, he put up for online auction 100,000 shares of himself at the price of $1 a share. The investors were also purchasing into the profits he made outside of his day job as a customer service representative. Initially, he was able to sell 929 shares to his companions. This began to catch the attention from social networks; he starts selling more shares via online auction. 

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Mike Merrill began to engage in his oddly brilliant idea when he was 30 years old back in 2008. At first, he put up for online auction 100,000 shares of himself at the price of $1 a share. The investors were also purchasing into the profits he made outside of his day job as a customer service representative. Initially, he was able to sell 929 shares to his companions. This began to catch the attention from social networks; he starts selling more shares via online auction.

Read: Man Who Writes Own Credit Card Contract, 0% Interest, No Fees, Unlimited Credit; And Sues Bank for Breaking Terms

Visit kmikeym.com to buy shares of Mike Merilland. You can also find the live status of life decision.

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