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IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR TIME WARNER CABLE -  Kobe Bryant, left, and David Beckham are seen on the set of Time Warner Cable Spor
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR TIME WARNER CABLE - Kobe Bryant, left, and David Beckham are seen on the set of Time Warner Cable SportsNet at the Time Warner Cable Sports launch event on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for Time Warner Cable/AP Images)

It’s hard for most Americans to consider someone making $20 million a year underpaid, but there are circumstances where it’s true. We see it occasionally in business, where a CEO running a massive company in extremely profitable fashion can be worth much more than his or her paycheck, and we definitely see it in sports, where league salary caps work to suppress individual player compensation.

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