Corel

Corel

Corel is a software company headquartered in ottawa, ontario founded in 1985 by Michael Cowpland.

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Ian Paul
March 9, 2021
PCWorld
CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2021 is here with new features and improvements for remote work.
Ian Paul
March 9, 2021
PCWorld
CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2021 is here with new features and improvements for remote work.
J.R. Bookwalter
February 5, 2021
Macworld
All the professional vector illustration, layout, photo editing, and typography tools you need.
Paayal Zaveri
November 18, 2020
Business Insider
New CEO and former OpenTable and Nextdoor exec Christa Quarles says the shift to remote work makes Corel's products more valuable than ever.
Ingrid Lunden
July 2, 2019
TechCrunch
Only six months after snapping up virtualization specialist Parallels, Canadian software company Corel is itself getting acquired. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed with multiple sources that private equity giant KKR has closed a deal to buy the company from Vector Capital, which has owned some or all of Corel since 2003. KKR's interest in Corel [...]
Ingrid Lunden
November 27, 2018
TechCrunch
Some consolidation is afoot in the world of business software. TechCrunch has learned from multiple sources that Parallels, the virtualization software specialist with millions of users, is getting acquired by Corel, the Canadian company behind design apps like CorelDraw and productivity apps like ...
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