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World Vision's Richard Stearns sets out to put an end to global poverty
As CEO of Parker Brothers Games in 1985, Stearns, left, celebrated Monopoly's 50th anniversary with Parker Brothers family member Randolph P. Barton. When a head hunter later tried to recruit him away from Lenox, he was living in a 10-bedroom house and making $800,000 a year. Now his salary is about $336,000; with benefits, his total compensation package is about $421,000.