Austin software maker Planview sold in $1.6 B deal, report says

Planview’s headquarters is in Austin, located in the Research Park Plaza located off of Highway 183.

AUSTIN, Texas — Editor’s note: The video published above is a KVUE Boomtown 2040 report about construction and job growth in Austin.

According to a report from KVUE’s media partner The Austin American-Statesman, the Austin-based software maker, Planview, is being sold to two private equity firms in a $1.6 billion deal. 

The report states that private equity firms TPG Capital and TA Associates have partnered to buy Planview. 

Planview has more than 700 employees worldwide and houses 275 employees in Austin, the Statesman reported. Its headquarters is in Austin, located in the Research Park Plaza located off of Highway 183.

“We’ve spent more than three decades delivering innovation, driving the market forward, and reinventing ourselves. I truly believe that the best is yet to come for our customers and for Planview,” Greg Gilmore, CEO

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Hathaway: Bee Cave Library still offering virtual programming for all ages – Opinion – Austin American-Statesman

Greetings from everyone at the Bee Cave Public Library. We miss getting to see all of our patrons in person but are working hard to bring you materials, services, and programs to meet your educational and entertainment needs during the year of the pandemic.

Until it is safe to offer in-person programming again, we are exploring other ways to connect our community with the library and with each other through virtual programs and outdoor activities.

On Nov. 5, join us for a free virtual class in Bollywood dancing. Prayrana Sharma will lead us through an hour of Indian-style dance movement blended with disco and modern jazz set to music from popular Bollywood movies. All ages are welcome to join in for this upbeat, fun class from the privacy of your own home. Register through the library’s online calendar, no Zoom account is needed.

The Bee Cave Book Club met outdoors

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Mayor Craig Morgan: City maintains strong sports programming through uncertain times – Opinion – Austin American-Statesman

The best games in sports come from unexpected moments. Extra innings, half-court shots and interceptions are the stuff of legend. “It ain’t over ’til it’s over,” goes the saying attributed to Yankees legend Yogi Berra. Well, 2020 has been nothing if unexpected, and it has certainly kept us on our toes when it comes to our Sports Capital of Texas efforts. Due to Round Rock’s preparation and determination, we have stayed in the game and expect to see our sports tourism program recover stronger than ever.

Sports tourism has been a winner for the city of Round Rock for over a decade. From Dell Diamond to the Round Rock Sports Center and Round Rock Multipurpose Complex, we are home to world-class athletic facilities that host national tournaments and provide amazing venues for our hometown athletes.

Tourism is an important piece of our diversified economy. Total direct travel spending in Round

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