NORWALK, Conn.--Despite recent travails of its own, Pirate Capital, an activist hedge fund and major stockholder of The Brink's Company, has not given up the ship in attempting to get Brink's to put itself up for sale.
COLUMBUS, Ohio--Nationwide Mutual Insurance announced Nov. 14 that it has collaborated with Protection One to offer an exclusive, co-branded, home security system called the Nationwide Property Protection Services home security system from Protection One.
SAN FRANCISCO-- At the December California Alarm Association convention, held here, industry leaders were beating the drum to raise awareness about Synnex vs. ADT, a New Jersey court case they say could leave alarm companies nationwide open to liability lawsuits.
SAN FRANCISCO--Fremont insurance executive Dennis Wolfe attended the December California Alarm Association convention here as a special guest. Unbeknownst to the alarm industry, Wolfe two years ago took the Fremont City Council to court for violating the open meeting law.
BOCA RATON, Fla.--ADT in November gave its official seal of approval to a group of non-traditional phone service providers--Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision, Charter, Cox and Bright House Networks--saying they meet a set of requirements to be a primary method of transmitting alarm signals for ADT alarm systems.
LAWRENCE, Kan.--John Pumpelly, Protection One's newly appointed vice president of alliance relationships, wasted little time in forging an expanded relationship between his former employer BellSouth and new boss, Protection One.
IRVING, Texas--Brink's Home Security and cable provider Comcast on Oct. 18 announced a partnership designed to help customers who are often unsure of how phone and home security services work together.
Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?