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ADI expands training

Briefs
SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2008

MELVILLE, N.Y.

ASG acquires in North Carolina

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04/03/2008

LAS VEGAS--Calling it an acquisition that "falls into our sweet spot" ASG Security chief executive Joe Nuccio on April 2 told Security Systems News it had acquired Landtronics of Charlotte, N.C.

A visit to ASG’s Dallas branch

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04/01/2008

IRVING, Texas - Chad Dawald, vice president and general manager of ASG Security’s Dallas branch, and my host during a February visit to the office here, is a soft-spoken, even-keeled kind of guy who’s held almost every job title possible in a security company.
“There’s something to be said for walking a mile [in someone else’s shoes],” he said.

California county sues ADT

Are home security systems ‘financed sales?’ Lawsuit may have industry repercussions for contracts.
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04/01/2008

MARTINEZ, Calif. - A Contra Costa county district attorney and an industry attorney agree that security dealers should keep an eye on a lawsuit filed late February, which claims ADT is violating California and federal laws because its contracts do not disclose all potential consumer costs.

Pro One grows nat’l accounts

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04/01/2008

LAWRENCE, Kan. - The February announcement that it’s established a new dedicated national accounts division is further evidence that Protection One—known as one of the big three residential security companies in the country—is putting significant resources behind its stated push into commercial markets and national accounts.

ADS goes to Atlanta

Mel Mahler moves his super-regional into a major metropolitan area for first time. Looks to link through suburbs from Chatanooga to North of Atlanta
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04/01/2008

NORCROSS, Ga. - With the Feb.

InGrid feted in Palm Beach

Scott Alarms, other traditional security dealers sign on with self-install system
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04/01/2008

PALM BEACH, Fla. - Industry veteran Russ Cersosimo and industry newcomer Lou Stilp teamed up at the Feb.

Analysts approve of Brink’s spin

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04/01/2008

LOS ANGELES - Everyone knows what the activist hedge funds have been saying about a spin-off of Brink’s Home Security, but what do the industry investment gurus have to say about it?
Imperial Capital Asset Management—which recently purchased USBX Advisory, the firm founded by John Mack—weighed in on the Brink’s spin-off question in a Feb. 26 report.

California county sues ADT, may have industry repercussions

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03/06/2008

MARTINEZ, Calif.--A Contra Costa county district attorney and an industry attorney agree that security dealers should keep an eye on a lawsuit filed last week, which claims ADT is violating California and federal laws because its contracts do not disclose all potential consumer costs.

Brink's has good news in 4th quarter, CEO touts commercial business

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2008

RICHMOND, Va.--In a far-ranging conference call on Jan.

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SSN News Poll November 2017

In the past month Hurricane Harvey has struck Texas and Hurricane Irma has greatly impacted Florida. As companies that provide life safety, peace of mind and security, how do you prepare for large natural disasters?