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Topic - Bill Mahoney
The board overseeing a South Carolina company that fosters technology jobs approved Thursday increasing employees' pay by $290,000 in an effort to make their salaries more competitive.
Since 2006, the company has gotten between $2 million and $6 million from private donors who can get state tax credits, with the latter representing 4 percent of the company's operations, Mahoney said.
Since 2005, he said, revenues have increased from $75 million to $172 million.