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Blue Star Sports Continues Growth By Acquiring Global Apptitude, Other Companies

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 19 / 17

Texas-based software and technology company Blue Star Sports has purchased an additional four companies, bringing its acquisition total to 18 since its formation last year. The new members of the Blue Star Sports portfolio include Maryland-based software developer Global Apptitude, and a trio of run...

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