“The news was revealed at the Governor’s Office of Economic Development board meeting where the agency also detailed a tax incentive package for the San Jose-based company best known for its suite of creative digital tools. The 20-year deal grants Adobe $25.8 million in tax breaks on a projected $2.3 billion in new state wages and $85.8 million in corporate, payroll and sales taxes over that time.”
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