"About 1,200 employees work at the Hytex factory, which has produced T-shirts for Nike for 14 years." "Their wages were also withheld until a $375 foreign worker fee the Malaysian government requires from the factory is repaid. Nike says the fee is less than a quarter of their average annual income."
$375 multiplied by about 4 is only $1,575 per year.
multiply that by 1,200 workers, and the total is about $1.89 million for one factory.http://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2013/02/14/how-michael-jordan-still-earns-80-million-a-year/
"The terms of Jordan’s current deal with Nike are a closely guarded secret, but royalties now generate more than $60 million annually for MJ, according to sources."
i think it's feasible for him to earn more than the workers. this is outrageous that a selfish jordan and nike executives would take advantage of sweatshops. this is modern slavery.