Why the Koch brothers may want to buy a company that is so heavily tied to paper towels
A Koch Industries subsidiary is buying a company whose owner has ties to the Koch Brothers.
The company is called the Paper Towel Company, and it owns a company called Koch Paper Towels that makes paper towels.
The Koch Paper Tows have made billions of dollars from the paper towel business.
The Paper Towell company was founded in 1924 by George H. W. Bush and his wife Barbara.
The paper towels company is based in California, but it has been a major Koch business.
In 2004, the Kochs sold Koch PaperTowels to a family in Switzerland.
The brothers also own Koch Industries, which makes and sells oil and gas equipment.
The Bush family and the Koch Industries are big backers of Republicans.
The family has donated millions to Republican politicians, including the 2012 presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Donald Trump.
But there’s a difference between a paper towel company and Koch Paper towels.
Koch Papertowels is a family business.
It’s not owned by the Bush family.
The owners are not shareholders.
The business has had some problems over the years.
It has been criticized for its handling of child labor and the handling of health issues in workers.
But it has had plenty of success.
It recently won a contract from the United States Postal Service to supply paper towels to schools, churches, hospitals and other organizations.
The Postal Service said that the company’s workers make up the majority of its customers.
The U.S. Postal Service is a large company that serves hundreds of millions of Americans.