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ACI Worldwide Weighs Its Options. It Could Sell for as Much as $6.26 Billion.

Por: MarketWatch Business January 21, 2021

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In early December, Starboard Value to explore a sale. This came after Starboard disclosed in October that it had accumulated a 9% stake in ACI, up from 2% at the end of June. Starboard is in companies and pushing management and boards for changes. Executives for ACI, Starboard, and Goldman declined to comment. Founded in 1975, provides payment software and services to financial institutions, retailers, billers, and payment processors. It is the... + full article



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