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Compuware Stockholders OK $2.4B Thoma Bravo Buyout

DETROIT — Compuware Corp. shareholders Monday approved a merger agreement with the Chicago private equity firm Thoma Bravo LLC that will see the 41-year-old firm, formerly Michigan’s largest technology company, go private in a $2.4 billion buyout. 263 more words

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CC hockey makes unexpected coaching change

Just a week prior to its scheduled 2014-15 boys hockey opener this Thursday in Port Huron, Novi Detroit Catholic Central and coach Doug Itami have parted ways. 1,000 more words

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Dan Gilbert Buying Compuware's Downtown Headquarters

DETROIT (AP/WWJ) — Developer and Quicken Loans owner Dan Gilbert says he’s reached a deal to buy the 15-floor headquarters of Compuware in downtown Detroit. 389 more words

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Book Signing in Metro Detroit

To all our friends and acquaintances who still want an autographed copy of “What Did Jesus Drive? Crisis PR in Cars, Computers and Christianity” by Jason H. 33 more words

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Compuware Completes Covisint Spinoff

DETROIT — The Detroit software and IT services provider Covisint Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Fridya announced the completion of the distribution of its 31,364,920 remaining shares in the secure collaboration technology provider Covisint Corp. 189 more words

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Compuware Net On Continuing Operations Flat

DETROIT — In what may be its last fiscal year as a publicly traded company, Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) reported lower net income on a slight decline in revenue for its second fiscal quarter ended Sept. 389 more words

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