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June 2, 1987 | Associated Press
Computer Associates International Inc. said Monday it agreed to buy Uccel Corp. in a roughly $800 million stock swap that, if completed, would create the world's largest independent software company. The deal is the biggest conquest yet for Charles B. Wang, a 42-year-old native of China who founded Computer Associates 11 years ago and has built it through a mixture of internal growth and aggressive acquisitions.
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June 2, 1987 | Associated Press
Computer Associates International Inc. said Monday it agreed to buy Uccel Corp. in a roughly $800 million stock swap that, if completed, would create the world's largest independent software company. The deal is the biggest conquest yet for Charles B. Wang, a 42-year-old native of China who founded Computer Associates 11 years ago and has built it through a mixture of internal growth and aggressive acquisitions.
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January 21, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Infomart, a $97-million attempt to market computers from one trade mart the way clothing and furniture marketers do, opens the doors to its mammoth white building today amid skepticism from some industry observers. The structure, with 1.5 million square feet of space near downtown Dallas, is the first of several planned high-technology trade centers where promoters hope competitors will sell their products and services.
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September 13, 1993 | EVAN RAMSTAD, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Charles Wang doesn't have the star status of some of his peers at the top of the software world. He's not a multibillionaire like Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates and doesn't crank out jazz CDs for a hobby like Borland International's saxaphone-playing chief executive Philippe Kahn. "I am not a cult figure," the 49-year-old Wang says, shrugging off the personal obscurity. But he is very eager to raise the profile of his company, Computer Associates International Inc.
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