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Nov 27- A number of private equity investors are studying the possibility of making a bid for business software company Compuware Corp, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. Firms such as Thoma Bravo and Vista Equity Partners have approached Compuware about taking the company private, the newspaper said, citing unnamed sources.
*Has not got big enough offer to agree to deal- Compuware CEO. Nov 14- Compuware Corp should consider an immediate sale or a new restructuring plan, activist investor Starboard Value LP said in a letter to the business software maker on Thursday.
Nov 14- Activist investor Starboard Value LP asked business software maker Compuware Corp to consider an immediate sale or implement a new restructuring plan. Starboard, one of Compuware's largest shareholders with a stake of just under 5 percent, detailed the actions it wants the company to take in the restructuring plan.
Sept 26- Shares of Covisint Corp jumped 36 percent to $13.57 in their market debut, valuing the cloud-based supply chain software provider, at about $494 million. The company, controlled by business software maker Compuware Corp, raised about $64 million after selling 6.4 million shares at $10 each- the mid-point of its expected price range.
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