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Cooperman takes a 7.1% in Lionbridge Technologies

By NexChange
Hedge Funds

Leon Cooperman and Glen Capital Partners have bought a 7.1% stake in translation services firm Lionbridge Technologies.

With a total of $23 million of shares purchased with Glen Capital, Cooperman is now the third-largest stakeholder in Lionbridge, reports the Boston Business Journal. Lionbridge CEO Rory Cowan has a 6.3% stake in the company.

Lionbridge currently trades for about $6 a share on the Nasdaq. In June the company announced a partnership with Californian Rocket Sound to produce voice production and translation for voice over services for video games. Lionbridge also acquired CLS Communication last year for $77 million. The company's current market capitalization is about $380 million.
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