I know, I know…This is a travel and food blog. But I’m just bursting with pride over my hubby’s first book, “What Did Jesus Drive? Crisis PR in Cars, Computers, and Christianity”. 21 more words
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PLYMOUTH – Richmond graduate Justin Jaynes won the biggest fight of his career on Friday night about an hour drive away from his hometown.
Jaynes, a 2007 Richmond graduate, defeated Ruben Baraiac with a first-round stoppage during Bellator 124 at Compuware Arena in Plymouth. 245 more words
DETROIT — As Compuware Corp. goes private in a buyout by a Chicago private equity firm, its CEO says you can expect some layoffs in the “resources that we have in being a public company” — financial reporting, regulatory reporting, investor relations, public relations. 708 more words
Compuware, a mainstay in the IT world of mainframes, has agreed to go private by way of a $2.5 billion buyout offer.
The purchase, by private-equity firm Thoma Bravo, prices the company’s shares at $10.92 each, slightly less than the $11/share previously offered by hedge fund Elliott Management. 194 more words
Pitchford Composite notches 30th all-time high of the year; International 200 approaching 11000
The Pitchford stock indexes kicks off September with modest gains on Tuesday after the Institute for Supply Management released its manufacturing data. 236 more words
By Edward Cardenas
DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – Detroit-based Compuware will be purchased by private equity firm Thoma Bravo for $2.5 billion and become a privately-held company, according to reports. 409 more words