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Richmond's Jaynes wins Bellator debut

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

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Compuware CEO: Growth Ahead Despite Buyout

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

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Mainframe veteran Compuware goes private for $2.5 billion

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

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Manufacturing data push Pitchford stock indexes higher for second day

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

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Compuware Sold To Private Equity Firm

DETROIT — The software and technology services company Compuware Corp. is being bought out by a private equity firm.

Michigan’s largest tech company announced Tuesday morning a $10.92-a-share buyout by Chicago-based Thoma Bravo LLC. 555 more words

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Compuware To Be Purchased By Private Equity Firm For $2.5B

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

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Compuware sells itself to Thoma Bravo for about $2.5B

Compuware, a 40-year old software company with roots in the mainframe era,  has been acquired by Thoma Bravo in a deal valued at about $2.5 billion.   264 more words