NORWALK, Conn. --Pirate Capital, an activist hedge fund and major Brink's stockholder that in August sent a letter to Brink's suggesting the company put itself up for sale, hit some rough waters recently with employee attrition and an SEC inquiry.
BOCA RATON, Fla.--Calling it "truly a turning point in the alarm industry" Honeywell Security president Ron Rothman spent considerable time at October's First Alert Professional convention talking to the 270 dealers and the media about how the manufacturer's new GSM solution will comfortably and profitably carry dealers into the future.
WASHINGTON--Eight alarm companies received top rating for quality from consumer organization Washington Consumers' Checkbook, WTOP Radio reported.
Using data gathered from a customers' service survey and complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau, the group gave kudos to the following DC area companies: Allied Alarm Specialists, Alexandria, Va.
NORWALK, Conn.--At about $57 per share, The Brink's Company stock is trading close to its 52-week high and is up $20 since mid-August 2005, but Pirate Capital, a hedge fund here, says shareholders still aren't getting the booty they deserve.