John W. Stanton
John W. Stanton
Stanton (third from right) in 2009
|Alma mater||Whitman College (B.A.), Harvard Business School (M.B.A.)|
|Net worth||US$1.1 Billion|
John W. Stanton is an American businessman. He is the chairman of the board of Trilogy International Partners, as well as the majority owner of the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Stanton is listed as #840 in the Forbes 2007 "Richest People" study. His net worth has been estimated at US$1.1 billion. As of August 2016, Stanton is reported to own approximately US$45 million of stock holdings in Columbia Sportswear, General Communication Inc. and other companies. He is a past chairman of the board of trustees of Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, where he earned his undergraduate degree.
In April 2016, Stanton was appointed as the new CEO of the Seattle Mariners organization, where he was the minority owner. Major League Baseball formally approved the sale of the Mariners to Stanton in August of that year.
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