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Who Should Make The Most Money?

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Who Should Make The Most Money?

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Who Should Make The Most Money?

Who Should Make The Most Money?

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President Obama has ordered that the annual salaries of senior executives at companies receiving bailout money must be capped at $500,000. But Wall Street players aren't the only ones raking it in — many actors, athletes and entrepreneurs make millions. Which jobs should pay the most? Why?

Guests:

Dean Foust, Atlanta bureau chief for BusinessWeek

Ron Shapiro, sports agent, attorney and author of Dare to Prepare: How To Win Before You Begin

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