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The ousted candidate’s votes get redistributed to the voters’ second choices. New York City’s primary will be the largest U.S. election to use ranked-choice voting, representing a major test for the method. In Oakland’s 2010 mayoral race, Don Perata led after the first round but didn’t have the majority of votes. Counting the votes We added your ballot to the votes cast by June 11 at 2:00 pm ET. See final results X% of the votes X votes Withof the votes wins!
Persons: candidate’s, London Breed, Breed, Michelle Bravo, Mark Leno Jane Kim Richie Greenberg Angela Alioto Amy Farah Weiss Ellen Lee Zhou, Antoine P, Don Perata, Jean Quan, Don Perata Terence Candell Greg Harland Don Macleay Jean Quan Arnold, Joe Tuman Marcie Hodge Larry Lionel, LL, Young Jr, Rebecca Kaplan, Mark, bagel, Rob Richie, Frederic Umane, — Sophie Warnes, Roque Ruiz, Juanje Organizations: New, San Francisco, London, Rogers, San Francisco Department, Oakland, Alameda County Time, NYC Board, New York, Republican, Alexa Corse Locations: U.S, New York, Francisco, Oakland, California, Alameda County, New York City, Roque.RuizGonzalez, alexa.corse
The Marine Corps has fired a two-star general from his job as inspector general. The firing, which likely eliminates any chance at promotion, was in response to last summer's deadly AAV accident. The accident killed eight Marines and a Navy sailor, making it the deadliest AAV accident in history. US Marine Corps"He will not return to that position," Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Castellvi the highest-ranking Marine Corps officer to face punishment in the wake of last summer's accident.
Persons: Robert Castellvi, Andrew Wood, David Berger, Wood, we've, Berger, Castellvi, Michael Regner, Christopher Bronzi Organizations: Marine Corps, Navy, US Marine Corps, 1st Marine Division, Marines, Sailors, Bravo Company, Battalion, 1st Battalion, 4th Marines, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Marine Corps Forces Pacific, Marine Locations: California, Somerset, San Clemente Island, Maj
Mexico's factories contract for 15th straight month, outlook brightens
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: A worker holds stainless steel wire produced at TIM stainless steel wire factory in Huamantla, in the Mexican state of Tlaxcala October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Tomas BravoMexico’s manufacturing sector shrank for the 15th straight month in May due to subdued sales, raw material shortages and the COVID-19 crisis, though the rate of decline was the second-slowest since the pandemic hit Mexico, a survey showed on Tuesday. “PMI data for May suggested that Mexican manufacturers continued to struggle, with new orders again undermined by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Pollyanna De Lima, Economics Associate Director at IHS Markit. Mexico’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 4.7% in April from 4.4% in March, the national statistics agency said on Thursday. “Optimism was, however, pinned on hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic will be brought under control,” said De Lima.
Persons: Tomas Bravo, , Pollyanna De, De Lima Organizations: REUTERS, IHS, PMI, Factories, of Locations: Huamantla, Mexican, Tlaxcala, Mexico, Pollyanna De Lima, of Mexico
On the Covid Front Lines, When Not Getting Belly Rubs
  + stars: | 2021-05-31 | by ( Hannah Beech | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.94   time to read: +1 min
BANGKOK — Bobby was a good boy. Preliminary studies, conducted in multiple countries, suggest that their detection rate may surpass that of the rapid antigen testing often used in airports and other public places. The hope is that dogs can be deployed in crowded public spaces, like stadiums or transportation hubs, to identify people carrying the virus. Their skills are being developed in Thailand, France, Britain, Chile, Australia, Belgium and Germany, among other countries. They have patrolled airports in Finland, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates, and private companies have used them at American sporting events.
Persons: Bobby, Bravo, Angel, , Kaywalee Chatdarong Organizations: Chulalongkorn University, United Arab Locations: BANGKOK, Bangkok, Thailand, France, Britain, Chile, Australia, Belgium, Germany, Finland, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates
The US Navy's fiscal year 2022 budget asks for just eight ships, only four of which are warships. The US Navy's newest budget request is asking for just eight ships, only four of which are combat vessels. The Department of the Navy's fiscal year 2022 budget is $211.7 billion and focuses more on readiness than growing the fleet, even as the service calls attention to China's rapidly growing naval force. "Though the US still maintains far more tonnage than China, China's navy has more ships than the US Navy, and they are building ships at a much greater rate," the Navy said in an overview of its budget request. The admiral noted that the Navy's request puts the service's previous goal of 355 ships out of reach.
Persons: Arleigh Burke, John Lewis, John Gumbleton Organizations: US Navy, Navy, bravo, Marinette Marine Corp, Hornets Locations: China, Virginia, North Dakota
Capital Calls: NetEase music spinoff hits right notes
  + stars: | 2021-05-27 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
China’s NetEase (9999.HK) is shoving its music-streaming business into the spotlight at a good time. NetEase plays second fiddle to Tencent (0700.HK), its $760 billion rival. Tencent Music Entertainment (TME.N), the titan’s slumping $26 billion answer to Spotify (SPOT.N), reported 615 mobile monthly active listeners in the three months to March, dwarfing NetEase’s 180 million. Beijing’s newly aggressive trustbusters are looking into Tencent Music, however, and may force it read more to unwind past acquisitions and surrender exclusive licensing deals with major record labels. NetEase also recently struck a deal with Sony Music Entertainment, suggesting the pressure is having an effect.
Persons: Thomas Peter, China’s NetEase, NetEase, dwarfing, Robyn Mak, Jeff Bezos Organizations: Recording Academy, Bravo Entertainment, China, Festival China, REUTERS, Cloud, HK, Tencent, Entertainment, Spotify, Sony Music Entertainment, Elon Musk’s Locations: Beijing, HK, Hong Kong
MEXICO CITY—Abel Murrieta, candidate for mayor in the northern city of Ciudad Obregón, was handing out fliers on a crowded street corner on May 13. Across Mexico, variations on that scene have played out in the run-up to midterm elections on June 6. From February to April, 46 elected officials, members of political parties and candidates for office were killed, a 44% jump compared with the 2018 elections, according to Integralia, a Mexican political consulting firm. Since September, when the electoral process began, 82 politicians have been killed, most of them gunned down. More than 60 candidates for mayor withdrew from the campaign across the country amid the spiral of violence and insecurity, according to party officials.
Persons: Abel Murrieta, didn’t, hasn’t Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Olympic, Valle de Bravo, Mexico City Locations: MEXICO, Ciudad Obregón, Mexico, Mexican, Valle de
Mexican judge rejects industry bid to halt GMO corn, glyphosate ban
  + stars: | 2021-05-24 | by ( David Garcia | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
A tractor ploughs a hectare of land at Ejido Benito Juarez in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua February 29, 2008. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo/File PhotoA Mexican federal judge ruled against a request by the National Farm Council to freeze a government plan to ban genetically modified (GMO) corn and the widely used herbicide glyphosate by 2024, the national science council said on Monday. Judge Martin Adolfo Santos Perez's ruling allows the executive order issued by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador late last year that outlines the planned ban to proceed. Mexico's National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT) is tasked by the president's order with identifying a substitute for glyphosate, which thousands of Mexican farmers use to clear fields prior to planting. To date, 17 legal challenges have been filed against the planned ban, according to CONACYT, mostly from companies arguing imminent harm if it is allowed to proceed.
Persons: Ejido Benito Juarez, Tomas Bravo, Judge Martin Adolfo Santos Perez's, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador Organizations: Ejido, REUTERS, National Farm Council, CNA, U.S . Environmental Protection Agency, Mexico's National Council of Science and Technology, Bayer, Thomson Locations: Mexican, Chihuahua, United States, Mexico, U.S, Mexico's
After returning to Mexico, Cienfuegos was allowed to walk free. A bullet-riddled wall with the initials of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion in Aguililla, in Michoacan, Mexico, April 23, 2021. In 2014, Mexican authorities killed five men from the Caballeros Templarios criminal organization while they were chasing López, attempting to kill him. On May 14, Mexican authorities confirmed that two members of the Mexican National Guard were killed in an ambush while entering the town. "Lopez Obrador's administration is thinking on Mexico's sovereignty, and it's getting the US authorities frustrated since it's very unclear what Mexican authorities are actually looking for," said Farfan-Mendez.
Persons: Mexican Defense Minister Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda, Cienfuegos, Beltran, William Barr, Tomas Bravo, haven't, Vanda Felbab, Brown, Felbab, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador's, ENRIQUE CASTRO, Gregorio López, Padre Goyo, López, Aguililla, Mexico Franco Coppola, Alan Ortega Lopez, Biden, Lopez, Carlos Spector, Spector, Cecilia Farfan, Mendez, it's, Farfan, Matthew Donahue, Donahue Organizations: Mexican Defense Minister, US Drug Enforcement Administration, Los Angeles International Airport, REUTERS, National Security Law, Foreign, Brookings Institution, Jalisco Nueva Generacion, AFP, Getty, Caballeros, Vatican, Jalisco, Carteles, Mexican National Guard, Cartel, Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel, Center for US, Mexican, University of California, NPR, DEA Locations: Mexico, Michoacan, MEXICO, Cienfuegos, Mexico City, Mexican, Jalisco Nueva, Aguililla, Apatzingán, . Texas, Jalisco, San Diego
Ten women took part in an OnlyFans show set up by the rapper Blueface called "Blue Girls Club." Unlike most reality shows, "Blue Girls Club" didn't offer a cash prize or even a way to win. There often wasn't much food in the house, two contestants said, and Stinson added that they mostly ate "ramen noodles and Domino's." Some of the girls enjoyed their time in the house, including Irie Cooper, known in the house as Butterscotch. He said Porter stopped taking the women out anywhere because "they would fight everywhere," usually under the influence of alcohol.
Persons: Blueface, Blueface's, Johnathan Jamall Michael Porter, Rather, — didn't, Porter, didn't, Bravo, Kayla Stinson —, Stinson, Zia, Danielle Denson, Chrisean Malone —, Rock —, livestreams, Malone, Snow, Kendra, Ebony, Lee, OnlyFans Porter didn't, he'd, wasn't, Amberlyn Reney, Malone wasn't, Denson, Weezy, Chrisean Malone, OnlyFans Denson, Irie Cooper, Cooper, Bonnie Lashay, Reney —, Louisiana Lemonpepperstepper —, Reney, OnlyFans, Zia doesn't Organizations: Girls, Hollywood, Sunlit Media, Service, Girls Club, Krispy Productions Locations: puzzlement, Louisiana, California
Wayfair Inc. spent two years courting Kelly Clarkson as a spokesperson before it was able to clinch the deal thanks to an unusual middleman: Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal. Newsletter Sign-up CMO Today CMO Today delivers the most important news of the day for media and marketing professionals. PREVIEWNBCU aims to play a similar liaison role between other celebrities and brands, a move that comes as ratings for traditional TV keep falling. The strategy reflects a movement toward fewer, longer-term TV ad deals as the continuing decline of traditional TV ratings pressures networks to think up new options for advertisers. Marketers, meanwhile, are looking for new ways to get in front of consumers as they watch less traditional TV.
Persons: Kelly Clarkson, , Clarkson, Courtney Lawrie, Wayfair’s, Peacock, Meghan Trainor, Ms, Trainor, Josh Feldman, , Lawrie, NBCU, Mark Marshall, ” Mr, Feldman, Alexandra Bruell Organizations: Wayfair Inc, Comcast Corp, Wayfair, NBC, Bravo, MSNBC, Peacock, Walt Disney Co, ViacomCBS Inc, Fox Corp Locations: USA, NBCU
(CNN) Money, money, money. All right, yes, I also like having it. Three things to watch'Money, Explained'US Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota appears in "Money, Explained." Money -- and how we need it, don't have it and maybe could get it -- is never far from the mind. "Now let's talk about money and its many minefields, from credit cards to casinos , scammers to student loans.
Persons: Elon Musk's, Ilhan Omar, Minnesota, Mo, Barry Jenkins, Colson Whitehead, Randall, Thuso, Halston, Ewan McGregor, David Pittu, Joe Eula, Rebecca Dayan, Elsa Peretti, he's, Vincent, It's, J, Cole, Seth Rogen, James Franco, Rogen, Charlyne Yi, Franco, Porsha Williams, Simon Guobadia, Falynn, Williams, Guobadia, Andy Cohen Organizations: CNN, US Democratic, Netflix, Railroad, Underground Railroad, Amazon Prime, LA's Staples Center, Entertainment, Wireless, Hollywood, Housewives, Atlanta, Bravo Locations: Georgia, North Carolina, Culver City , California, Atlanta
Investment firms Owl Rock and Dyal Capital are on the cusp of finalizing the Blue Owl SPAC merger. "We've come into this business to be a lender of first choice," Lipschultz, who co-founded alternative asset manager Owl Rock Capital, told Insider. He will serve as co-president alongside Dyal founder Michael Rees, and Doug Ostrover, his fellow Owl Rock co-founder, will be CEO of Blue Owl. Owl Rock, for example, arranged a $1.13 billion loan supporting Thoma Bravo's investment in management software company ConnectWise in March. Indeed, some of Blue Owl's key clients are tech-focused private equity firms Thoma Bravo, Silver Lake, and Vista Equity Partners.
Persons: Marc Lipschultz, Lipschultz, Neuberger Berman, Michael Rees, Doug Ostrover, Dyal, Joel Cohen, Rock, Thoma, you've Organizations: Owl, Dyal, Sixth, Golub Capital, Owl Rock, Vista, HPS Investment Partners, Investment, Golub, Service, New York, Thoma, Calypso Technology, London Inter, Banking, Calypso, Thoma Bravo, Vista Equity Partners Locations: New, Silver
Fashion haul videos gained popularity in the early days of YouTube. The shorter length of TikTok videos is partly responsible for the quantity of haul videos being on the app, according to Lee. The first, which displayed all the items laid out in Shein's trademark plastic zip-pouch packaging, gained 8 million views alone. "People think that thrift hauls are much better than fashion hauls, and I agree that, baseline, they are much better than buying new clothing," said Fang. Bravo said TikTok videos have been useful in showing some shoppers what certain clothes look like on different body types.
Persons: Mandy Lee, TikTok, Lee, Sunny, Paloma Wool, it's, Lauren Bravo, Alexandra Cameron, Rabia Abbasi, Alice May, Lily Fang, Lily Fang Cassandra Russell, Russell, Shein, hashtag, Fang, Neil Saunders, Saunders, Bravo Organizations: YouTube, UN, Program, UNEP, EMEA, GlobalData Locations: TikTok, China
Hulu + Live TV plans start at $65 a month and include over 75 channels. Instead of waiting until the next day to watch new episodes of "Saturday Night Live" or "The Voice," Hulu + Live TV gives you the chance to watch shows as they air. Hulu + Live TV is a convenient alternative to cable and satellite packages that can cost more and often lock you into annual contracts. It's important to note, however, that even with the Hulu Premium + Live TV option, you'll still have to sit through ads during live TV streams. Choose the Disney Bundle with Hulu + Live TV ($73/month) or the Disney Bundle with Hulu Premium + Live TV ($79/month).
Persons: There's, you'll Organizations: Hulu, ESPN, Food Network, Disney, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV, HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, Starz, ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CNN, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Bravo, Comedy, Disney Plus Locations: Hulu
Israel and Hamas exchanged fire overnight amid new clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police. The Democrat Andrew Yang weighed in on the issue, tweeting his support for Israel Monday night. Yang's comments got the support of Republicans like Sen. Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, and Stephen Miller. Andrew Yang tweeted in support of Israel amid the country's latest unrest with Palestinians on Monday, provoking anger from fellow liberals and support from top Republicans. "The people of NYC will always stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel who face down terrorism and persevere," Yang tweeted.
Persons: Democrat Andrew Yang, Yang's, Sen, Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, Stephen Miller, Andrew Yang, Yang, David Cross, Chelsea Manning, Bishop Talbert Swan, Bravo, Omar, Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Rashia Tlaib, Donald Trump, Meghan McCain retweeted, Israel, Mustafa Hassona, Organizations: Democrat, Israel, Service, NAACP, Anadolu Agency, Getty, Associated Press Locations: Israel, New York City, Gaza, NYC, Springfield , Massachusetts, Texas, Jerusalem's Old City, Gaza City
MEXICO CITY — A decision to change cars to get closer to a station exit may have saved Erik Bravo, a 34-year-old financial adviser who survived the collapse of an elevated line in Mexico City’s subway system that killed 25 people and injured around 80. Bravo walked toward the back not knowing the last two cars of the subway train had fallen into the rubble of the collapsed elevated rail bed. While Bravo knew there were cracks and defects, it never occurred to him that it might collapse. Even with the subway, Luna had to travel for hours to get to her job as a security guard. The collapse has temporarily closed the subway line, leaving thousands of residents on the south side dependent on bus service.
Persons: Erik Bravo, Bravo, ” Bravo, , , Ana María Luna, Luna, Victor Luna, María Isabel Fuentes Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Authorities, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: MEXICO, Mexico
When Grown-Ups Have Imaginary Friends
  + stars: | 2021-05-05 | by ( Jessica Grose | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.68   time to read: +1 min
These are not friends of mine; these are people who appear on the Bravo TV show “Summer House,” whose drama I am embarrassingly invested in, and whose psychological motivations I spend time dissecting with friends and co-workers. The kind of one-way friendship I have with these reality stars has a name in the sociology world: It’s called a “parasocial relationship,” which is an emotional relationship with a media figure. Hussman School of Journalism and Media who has published research on parasocial relationships. “The feelings people have with these media persona are nearly indistinguishable from their friends in real life,” despite the fact that the celebrity in question usually (but not always) has no idea you exist, he said. (A small subset of people may develop an unhealthy obsession with celebrities — it’s called “celebrity worship” in the clinical literature — but that’s not the norm.)
Persons: Amanda, Luke, Kyle, , , Alex Kresovich, — it’s, that’s Organizations: Bravo, Hussman, of Journalism, Media
Pandas a respite from pandemic for Madrid care home residents
  + stars: | 2021-05-05 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Residents from Casaverde nursing homes ride a train during the first group outing since the start of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, at the zoo in Madrid, Spain, May 5, 2021. REUTERS/Susana VeraElderly residents from a nursing home outside Madrid relished the fresh air and freedom of a guided tour around the city's zoo on Wednesday, delighting in particular at the sight of Bing-Xing the giant panda. Mariano Valdera, 80, was thrilled to see a wide range of animals, from pandas and elephants to birds. Nearly 43,000 elderly people in Spanish nursing homes died of COVID-19 or a suspected infection during the first wave of the pandemic. After such a devastating loss, authorities prioritised the vaccination of people who work and live in care homes, achieving nearly total coverage by the end of February.
Persons: Susana Vera, Manuel Roman, Mariano Valdera, Cristina Bravo Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Casaverde, Madrid, Spain, delighting
REUTERS/Jose Luis GonzalezThe United States this week will reunite four migrant families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border during the Trump administration, U.S. officials said, a small step toward fulfilling a campaign promise by President Joe Biden. The families will be allowed to enter the United States through an emergency process known as "humanitarian parole," Michelle Brane, who heads a Biden-created task force that aims to reunite separated families, told a call with reporters on Sunday. "In these cases that we're talking about this week, the children are in the United States and the parents are coming to join them," Brane said. Trump reversed the policy that summer amid an international outcry, but advocates and government watchdogs found separations began before the policy and continued after it. In some cases, parents were deported and children remained in the United States with other relatives or sponsors.
Persons: Jose Luis Gonzalez, Trump, Joe Biden, Michelle Brane, Brane, Lee Gelernt, Donald Trump’s, Biden, watchdogs, Alejandro Mayorkas Organizations: Mexican National Guard, REUTERS, Biden, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, American Civil Liberties Union, Central America, Trump, Thomson Locations: Rio Bravo, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, United States, U.S, Central, Honduran
Thoma Bravo has fueled its $12 billion acquisition of Proofpoint with $8 billion in equity. The deal for Proofpoint is the largest software acquisition by a private equity firm. Thoma Bravo has just cut one of the largest-ever checks by a private equity firm to fund its $12.3 billion purchase of cybersecurity company Proofpoint. Thoma Bravo will pay Proofpoint shareholders $176 per share, according to the firm's announcement of the deal last week. The private equity shop also closed its roughly $10.2 billion acquisition of real estate software and data analytics provider RealPage last month.
Persons: Thoma, Goldman Sachs, Thoma Bravo, Hellman, Goldman, G4S, Michaels Organizations: Thoma Bravo, Proofpoint, Ultimate Software, Technology, Allied
Thoma Bravo just scored $2.3 billion from Owl Rock to support its purchase of Calypso Technology. The financing underscores the growth of private debt funds, which are keen to deploy billions. Thoma Bravo's decision to tap Owl Rock, meanwhile, is a further sign of how much private credit funds have grown. Owl Rock's latest financing surpasses a $1.6 billion unitranche loan from fellow direct lender Golub Capital to MRI Software in February last year. Goldman Sachs, UniCredit, Credit Agricole, Mizuho, and the Bank of Ireland provided the debt financing at the time, according to sources.
Persons: Thoma, Thoma Bravo, Golub, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Thoma Bravo, Calypso Technology, Technology, Summit Partners, Golub, Software, Summit, Credit Agricole, Mizuho, Bank of Ireland Locations: San Francisco , California
(Reuters) - Private equity firm Thoma Bravo said on Monday it would buy cyber security firm Proofpoint Inc in an all-cash deal valued at about $12.3 billion, at a time when remote working has boosted demand for network security. Proofpoint shareholders will receive $176 per share held, indicating a premium of about 34% to the stock’s last close. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter, the company said.
Persons: Thoma Bravo Organizations: Reuters, Proofpoint Inc
Thoma Bravo to acquire cyber security firm Proofpoint for $12.3 bln
  + stars: | 2021-04-26 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
April 26 (Reuters) - Private equity firm Thoma Bravo said on Monday it would buy cyber security firm Proofpoint Inc for about $12.3 billion. (Reporting by Eva Mathews in Bengaluru)
Persons: Thoma Bravo, Eva Mathews Organizations: Proofpoint Inc Locations: Bengaluru
Thoma Bravo to take cybersecurity firm Proofpoint private for $10 bln
  + stars: | 2021-04-26 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo said on Monday it would buy cybersecurity firm Proofpoint Inc (PFPT.O) for about $10.1 billion, at a time when remote working due to the pandemic has fueled a surge in demand for network security. Interest in cybersecurity firms has soared as more businesses turn to the cloud to run their operations and frequent cyberattacks. Cybersecurity industry funding reached an all-time high of $11.4 billion last year, a nearly 50% increase from 2018, according to CB Insights. Thoma Bravo, which is largely software and tech focused, has been doubling down on its investments in the sector. read moreSunnyvale, California-based Proofpoint also reported first-quarter earnings on Monday, topping Wall Street estimates for revenue and profit per share.
Persons: Thoma Bravo, Thoma, Proofpoint Organizations: Proofpoint Inc, Thoma Bravo, Calypso Technology, Thomson Locations: Sunnyvale , California
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