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Short Take: Motorola head gets 78 percent pay hike

Communications has been good for Motorola chairman Chris Galvin, who saw his 1999 compensation rise approximately 78 percent to $3.2 million, according the documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. COO Robert Growney, meanwhile, received a $1.2 million bonus on the strength of the company's fiscal year.

Communications has been good for Motorola chairman Chris Galvin, who saw his 1999 compensation rise approximately 78 percent to $3.2 million, according the documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. COO Robert Growney, meanwhile, received a $1.2 million bonus on the strength of the company's fiscal year.