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Topic - Bill Mahoney
Kansas City police say a minivan struck two children riding a skateboard, killing one of the children and injuring the other.
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.
He said the company's revenue largely comes from federal defense contracts, and low salaries could hamper efforts to continue to grow.
Chief Executive Officer Bill Mahoney, whose salary is $237,100, said the company is self-supporting and has grown by 60 percent annually for several years.