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Richard L Bond is a former President and CEO of Tyson Foods, Inc. (TSN). Bond was educated at Elizabethtown College, where he gained a BBA.[1] He became President of IBP Inc., a Midwestern hog and cattle slaughtering giant, which was in 2001 acquired by Tyson Foods. He was appointed Co-Chief Operating Officer and Group President, Fresh Meats and Retail, - an appointment the Wall Street Journal described as intended to reassure investors, and then became President and Chief Operating Officer in 2003.[2] Mr. Bond worked under Don Tyson's son, John, until 2006, when Mr. Bond was rewarded with the CEO job.[3] Bond left Tyson Foods on January 5, 2009, reportedly amidst tensions with Don Tyson. Bond had reported in November 2008 that Tyson's finances were worsening. Industry observers said that Bond, who has a reputation as a cost cutter, debated with Mr. Tyson, who is said to more aggressively seek market share, over whether to cut chicken production to improve prices. [4] Compensation While CEO of Tyson Foods in 2008, Bond earned a total compensation of $4,777,807, which included a base salary of $1,251,204; options granted of $2,610,000; and other compensation of $916,603. [5] References ^ Richard L. Bond, ^ Tyson Foods, Inc. DEF14A filed December 30, 2008, ^ CEO Quits at Meat Giant Tyson, ^ CEO Quits at Meat Giant Tyson, ^ 2008 CEO Compensation for Richard L. Bond,