From Register's IT giants criticised for running third world 'sweatshops'
In Thailand, a worker making hard drives for Dell is paid the equivalent of £2.50 per day. Michael Dell, the CEO of Dell, earned £134,000 per day last year.
Michael Dell is making (more than) 50 thousand times an ordinary employee in the company. May be he deserves it for building a company which provided employment for 39,100 :-)