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Autodesk to buy Britain’s Delcam for $277 million

07
Nov
2013

(Reuters) – Autodesk Inc, a maker of computer-aided design (CAD) software, said it would buy Britain’s Delcam Plc for 172.5 million pounds ($277 million), in a deal to expand the U.S. company’s software offerings in the manufacturing sector. Autodesk offered 20.75 pounds per share, a premium of 21 percent to Delcam’s Wednesday close on the London Stock Exchange. Autodesk said it expects to use non-U.S.-based cash for the deal. “Together Autodesk and Delcam will help further the development and implementation of technology for digital manufacturing,” Autodesk Chief Executive Carl Bass said in a statement.

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