FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - A superior court judge has issued a stop work order on the stateÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s new drivers license program after the company that was not awarded the contract was granted a preliminary injunction.
CAMARILLO, Calif. - Though part of Zebra Technologies for the past five years, Eltron Card Printers has maintained its own corporate identity, despite its bar coding product line adopting the Zebra name from the start.
TORONTO - A $5 million (Canadian) round of funding is expected to provide biometric technology company Bioscrypt with a cushion should its expectation of becoming cash flow positive by years-end not pan out.
BOCA RATON, Fla. - The last of 30 employees who made anti-shoplifting tags for clothing were laid off by Tyco International in July, as the company streamlined operations by moving production to its plant in Puerto Rico.
PLAINVILLE, Conn. - A few short weeks after announcing that technology acquisitions would be in its future, GE Interlogix held true to its word, buying Kampro Technology, a Taipei, Taiwan-based maker of image sensing technology.
HARRISBURG, Pa. - While already a successful home networking system supplier with rising revenues, OnQ Technologies has made an appointment to its executive team that provides the missing link in its business development process.
DALLAS - The worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s largest manufacturer of circuit breakers, Schneider Electric, plans to move into the building automation and control market with a proposal to buy TAC AB, a Swedish company with its Americas headquarters located here.
The $438 million deal represents significant growth potential for Schneider Electric, with the building control and automation market expected to grow more than six percent a year.