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Tyco may soon sell Sonitrol

Changes also in the works at ADT to improve overall profitability
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03/01/2004

NEW YORK - According to a company executive, Tyco International’s Fire & Security division may soon shed its Sonitrol alarm monitoring unit.
Tyco Fire & Security President Dave Robinson made the announcement on Wednesday during a conference call at Tyco’s investor meeting here.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2004

Bresina to head Eagle Broadband’s security division

LEAGUE CITY, Texas - Eagle Broadband has hired industry veteran Don Bresina as general manager of security and financial services. In this newly created position, Bresina will be responsible for leading Eagle’s security division, the company’s strategic business investment and mergers and acquisitions activities, as well as assisting Eagle’s broadband customers with their financing needs.

Fire destroys A-Plus Alarm building

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03/01/2004

HINESVILLE, Ga. - Fire investigators here have continued to probe the cause of a fire that ripped through a local alarm company’s office.

Interface acquires CSSI

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03/01/2004

EARTH CITY, Mo. - Interface Security Systems LLC has completed the acquisition of Control Security Systems Inc.

Lack of licensing opens door to fraud in Colorado

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03/01/2004

DENVER - A former Parker, Colo., resident has been

indicted under a state grand jury for defrauding several area businesses and individuals of more than $100,000 in cash in connection with his failure to install security systems.

Pro One sale final

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03/01/2004

TOPEKA, Kan. - The long saga of the sale of Protection One ended in mid-February, when former parent company Westar Energy finalized its sale to New York-based investment firm Quadrangle Group LLC. Quadrangle paid Westar $122 million for Protection One, which comprises more than 2,300 employees and more than a million commercial and residential customers, and all of its debt. Westar acquired the company in 1997 for $320 million. For Richard Ginsburg, president and chief executive officer of Protection One, after 14 months of rumors about the company's future, the completion of the sale is a relief.

Couple sees an opportunity, start own alarm company

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03/01/2004

WINCHESTER, Va. - While working for an electrical contracting company that installed security and fire alarms on the side, husband and wife Barry and Kathleen Horton witnessed the “tremendous growth potential” in security first hand.

Growing senior market draws ADT

Companion Services offering to serve our aging population
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02/01/2004

BOCA RATON, Fla. - With more than 35 million Americans already over the age of 65 - and much of the baby boomer generation due to hit that benchmark in 2010 - ADT’s personal emergency response business is signing a host of new partnerships and is tweaking its direct to the end-user sales approach.

Protectron heads West with another acquisition

Company targets three major markets in Canada for expansion
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02/01/2004

MONTREAL - National installation firm Protectron made inroads in one of its target urban markets in December when it acquired a 20-year-old alarm company to add to its base of accounts in British Columbia.

With the purchase of Valley Alarms and its 4,000 accounts, Protectron grew its subscriber base in the greater Vancouver market to more than 10,000 accounts, part of a strategic plan to boost the company’s market share in Vancouver and two other metropolitan markets in Canada - Toronto and Ottawa.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2004

RS&I, SAFE partner for program

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho - RS&I, a distribution company that offers affinity programs in vertical markets, has renewed its partnership with SAFE Financial, based in San Ramon, Calif., to launch a new phase of the Alliance program.

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