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Argenbright exits many airports, may change name

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2002

ATLANTA-Argenbright Security left most U.S.

Odetics' stock moved to SmallCap market

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2002

ANAHEIM, Calif.-Odetics' Class A and Class B common stock will now be traded on The Nasdaq SmallCap Market.

Telular and Sonitrol announce distribution agreement

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2002

VERNON HILLS, Ill.-Telular Corp.

First Alarm expands in San Jose, Calif.

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06/01/2002

APTOS, Calif.-After serving the San Jose market for three years from a small 975 square foot office, First Alarm recently moved into a larger office that will be staffed by 15 technicians.

Kastle Systems' Chicago office increases sales force

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06/01/2002

CHICAGO-Kastle Systems' office here has increased its sales force to further develop relationships with tenants, builders and architects, according to the company's Chicago branch general manager, Marilyn Brooks. The additions take the office's employee roster to 22, nearly tripling its staff in the last four years.

Industry veterans mark return with Genesis Security

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06/01/2002

GERMANTOWN, Md.-Security industry veterans Alan and Glenn Kruglak are reentering the installation market this summer, opening a systems integration firm called Genesis Security Systems.

Antar-Com sales jump post 9/11

The systems integrator wins government, other deals
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06/01/2002

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.

Aigis created from Philips manufacturing unit

An executive buyout led to the creation of camera housing maker Aigis Mechtronics
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04/01/2002

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.

iMPath restructures after financial woes

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04/01/2002

OTTOWA, Ontario-Managed video networking system manufacturer iMPath Networks Inc. is in the middle of restructuring after filing for the Canadian equivalent of bankruptcy protection to reorganize.

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