PHILADELPHIA—Comcast was a leader among telecoms and cablecos entering the security market, launching Xfinity Home in 2010. Now it’s on the leading edge of a new trend of selling home security in retail stores—opening more than 40 Xfinity Customer Centers nationwide, with more on the way.
ARLINGTON, Mass.—James Cook, sales manager for American Alarm and Communications, based here, has been appointed to the company’s newly created position of sales director, according to a company statement.
ALTON, Ill.—A Wal-Mart store surveillance system caught a man trying to steal, of all things, a security system for his home, according to an article in the Belleville News Democrat, a newspaper covering southern Illinois.
NEW YORK—AT&T revenue fell short of Wall Street’s first quarter expectations, losing ground in the cellphone market to Verizon Wireless and sending its shares down about two percent, according to a report from Reuters.