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Ackerman donates $3,400 to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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10/15/2013

ATLANTA—Super-regional Ackerman Security’s “Caught Stealing” program raised $3,400 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Georgia Chapter, this year, the company announced Oct. 11.

ADT gets new CFO

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10/15/2013

BOCA RATON, Fla.—Michael Geltzeiler will join ADT as the company’s new chief financial officer, ADT announced this week.

Mavin Technologies launches at ASIS

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10/11/2013

CHICAGO—Mavin Technologies, a provider of physical access control solutions, debuted at the recent ASIS conference, showcasing prewired kits of field panel enclosures and introducing managing director Jeff Ross, the company announced.

New smoke/CO detector is smart

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10/11/2013

PAOLO ALTO, Calif.—Nest Protect, the smoke and carbon monoxide detector released Oct. 8 by Nest Labs, offers safety without annoyance, the company says.

Dropcam: Pro model can be integrated-home hub

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10/11/2013

SAN FRANCISCO—With Bluetooth low energy, the latest offering from Dropcam, called Dropcam Pro, can be made the hub of a connected home, the company announced Oct. 10.

Ackerman golf tourney raises $5k for children’s foundation

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10/10/2013

ATLANTA, Ga.—The ninth annual Ackerman Security Systems Charity Golf Tournament raised more than $5,000 for the Children’s Wish Foundation International, the company announced Oct. 9.

GTCR sells Six3 Systems

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10/10/2013

CHICAGO—In an $820 million deal, private equity firm GTRC has sold Six3 Systems to CACI International, the companies announced Oct. 9.

Family Dollar uses Checkpoint EAS system to reduce shrink

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10/10/2013

THOROFARE, N.J.—Checkpoint Systems’ electronic article surveillance systems will be deployed in all of Family Dollar’s 7,900 stores by the end of 2014, Family Dollar announced Oct. 9.

Secure Pacific video system helps nab burglar

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10/09/2013

SEATTLE—An attempted early-morning burglary at a Seattle Mexican restaurant was foiled when Secure Pacific Verification Center operators received an alarm and saw an intruder enter the kitchen, the company announced Oct. 8.

ADT license flap led police to stop responding to alarms

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10/09/2013

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—When ADT failed to give some insurance documentation to the city of Colorado Springs, the city recently invalidated the company’s license and stopped sending police to investigate routine intrusion alarms, according to NBC affiliate KOAA-TV.

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