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Tue, 01 Nov 2016 00:06:53 GMT

Beantown Fall Classic: Top Uncommitted Prospects  -  SBN College Hockey (blog)
Arthur Kaliyev, #34 Compuware, Forward, 6/26/01, Shoots Left, 6-1/165 - He's a legit pro prospect and will almost certainly make the NTDP. He has an explosive stride and is physically mature. He wins battles along the wall. He gets space for his ...
Sun, 30 Oct 2016 12:03:02 GMT

Peter Karmanos plans to relocate part of new business portfolio to Pontiac  -  Crain's Detroit Business
Karmanos, the founder of Compuware Corp. and owner of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes who is now the chairman of Mad Dog, and Hillman, co-founder of Mad Dog, sat down with Crain's Detroit Business reporter Kirk Pinho in their ...
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 22:02:59 GMT

3 Startups Relocate to Downtown Pontiac, Mich.  -  Government Technology
MadDog Technology was founded by Karmanos after he left Compuware in an acrimonious breakup. MadDog is designed to leverage technology, software, and business savvy in a variety of new fields. Lenderful, a mortgage company, plans to invest over ...
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 14:41:15 GMT

What Gilbert has built got kick-start from Karmanos and Compuware  -  Crain's Detroit Business (blog)
It was 13 years ago that Compuware opened its brand new 1 million-square-foot headquarters building at Campus Martius Park. After that, you can begin to draw a line to what we see happening today in and around downtown, where Gilbert has purchased ...
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 03:34:09 GMT

Howes: Karmanos flips tech script, favoring Pontiac  -  The Detroit News
The tech mogul who moved his Compuware Corp. to downtown Detroit long before it was cool now is heading to Pontiac. That's where the MadDog Technology firm he co-founded said Thursday it is moving three of its companies and 52 new jobs. Small? Yes ...
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 15:47:48 GMT

Karmanos hopes to spark Pontiac revival with tech startups  -  Detroit Free Press
Tech pioneer Pete Karmanos Jr. helped jump-start the downtown Detroit revival in 2003 by moving his Compuware headquarters from the suburbs into the gleaming, new 15-story, $450-million headquarters building at Campus Martius. Now he's hoping to do ...
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 14:24:06 GMT

MadDog Tech moving 3 startups to Pontiac's downtown  -  The Detroit News
Karmanos, then the CEO of Compuware, moved that tech firm to the Compuware Building in Detroit's Campus Martius in 2003. Hillman said the companies' new Pontiac location is “centrally located” near “top residential areas in southeast Michigan” as well ...
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 13:32:11 GMT

Karmanos' Mad Dog to move 3 tech companies into downtown Pontiac, hire more than 100  -  Crain's Detroit Business
"There is a growing base of technology companies in Pontiac, and we see Pontiac emerging as a technology center in Southeast Michigan," Karmanos, the founder of Detroit-based Compuware Corp., said in a statement. "Being one of the first to invest in ...
Sun, 23 Oct 2016 13:56:09 GMT
Wealthy Michigan Donors Help Trump and GOP  -  Deadline Detroit
Donations totaling $245,000 from four members of west Michigan's DeVos clan, a $125,000 check from Compuware co-founder Peter Karmanos and five-figure contributions from Detroit-area business executives Mickey Shapiro, Robert Kaiser, Norman Byrne ...
Sat, 22 Oct 2016 02:16:08 GMT

Appeals court upholds $16.5M award to Peter Karmanos  -  The Detroit News
The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled to uphold a $16.5-million arbitration award to Peter Karmanos Jr., stemming from a lengthy legal battle with Compuware Corp., the company he co-founded. On Thursday, judges Christopher Murray, Mark Cavanagh and ...