The competition was strong Wednesday for the Live Downtown Games including events like the hippity-hop, sack race and hula-hooping at DTE Headquarters in Detroit.
What’s this? Above freezing? Is this possible? Does water come in liquid form? I had forgotten! Well, enjoy this T-shirt weather while you can, kids, and meanwhile, enjoy these tech news tidbits from Michigan and from around the world…
The Meridian Winter Blast is set to kickoff this weekend in Downtown Detroit and organizers hope to provide some relief from the winter blues and cabin fever.
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So here we are at another midweek — and another snowstorm. Trust me, when you’re sweating through a power outage on one of those August nights when it barely dips below 80 degrees and it’s 1,000 percent humidity, you will miss this. Maybe. Well, probably not. But anyway, here’s a bunch of tech news to distract you from the shivering…
Compuware Corp. said Monday it had completed the sale of its Changepoint and Uniface software units and its professional services division to a California private equity firm, Marlin Equity Partners.
Revenue and profit both fell last fall at Michigan’s biggest tech company, Compuware Corp. Net income in the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31 fell to $25 million or 11 cents a share from $25.3 million or 12 cents a share a year earlier. Revenue came in at $250.5 million, down from $257.9 million a year earlier.
Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Monday announced enhancements to several of its software products, including enhanced links between its mainframe application performance measurement applications and its software development products.
Michigan’s biggest tech company, Compuware Corp., Thursday announced a truce with the New York hedge fund Elliott Management Corp., which launched an unsolicited takeover bid against the company 13 months ago.
Under pressure to boost profits from activist shareholders, Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Wednesday announced the sale of its Changepoint project management, Uniface application development software and professional services business.
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