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Labor board says Sonitrol branch unfairly quashed union election

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03/01/2003

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge has ruled that Sonitrol of Chattanooga unfairly denied its employees an opportunity to unionize.

Tyco looking at redefining free cash flow

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03/01/2003

PEMBROKE, Bermuda - After a period where its accounting practices have come under harsh public criticism, Tyco International is looking at the way it defines free cash flow.

One of the main changes that the company is likely to put in place is that it will now deduct the funds used for the acquisition of customer accounts from its ADT security alarm business.

Leviton acquires OnQ Technologies

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03/01/2003

HARRISBURG, Pa. - In a move designed to grab a larger piece of the market share in the structured wiring field, Leviton Manufacturing Co.

Tyco makes string of positive moves

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02/01/2003

NEW YORK - A string of good news for investors has come from Tyco International over the past month, including announcements of financing arrangements, a new financial officer at the Fire and Security division and the results of a long-awaited accounting investigation.

“Big picture-wise for Tyco, everything has been coming up roses,” said Jack Mallon, an industry analyst.

Voxcom to purchase shares for cancellation

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2003

EDMONTON, Alberta – On Dec. 23, Voxcom Inc.

Stealth Alarms to target U.S. with dealer program

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02/01/2003

CALGARY, Alberta - Security company Stealth Alarms was set in mid-January to launch a national U.S.

Smith & Wesson awards new brand name licensing agreements

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02/01/2003

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Legendary American handgun maker Smith & Wesson is looking to put its name on more than just firearms.

Dealer files lawsuit against ADT for contract

Lawsuit awaiting approval from New Jersey court to become a class action claim
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02/01/2003

BOCA RATON, Fla. - Charging that ADT Security Services breached its contract when it informed dealers in August 2002 that it was limiting the number of qualified accounts it would purchase, a New Jersey dealer has filed a class action complaint seeking unspecified damages.

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