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January 21, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Prime Computer Inc, Natick, Massachusetts said on Wednesday that while it continues to believe the terms and aggregate benefits provided by Computervision Corp’s golden parachute severance agreements with 17 officers are unreasonable, they do not give rise to any condition that would make it inadvisable to proceed with the tender offer for all of the outstanding shares of Computervision at $15 per share. Prime will continue to contest the validity of the severance agreements to the 17 in court.

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