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Protection One gets NYSE notice

Company to boost stock price to meet listing rules
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10/01/2003

TOPEKA, Kan. - After a number of years of lackluster stock performance, Protection One was notified in August that its stock had fallen below the listing standards on the New York Stock Exchange and that the company must boost the price of its shares to remain on the board.

Eagle adds dealers for growth

Corporate parent flush with $10 million in funding
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10/01/2003

SAN ANTONIO - Flush with a new corporate backing of its home security operations, Eagle Broadband Security’s Home Division has rolled out a new dealer program that company officials expect will rapidly ramp up the new division’s growth.

Part of Eagle Broadband, a bundled digital services provider, Eagle Broadband Security is the company’s newly minted division that bundles all security operations, including sales, installation and monitoring into a single operation.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2003

OnQ and Monster Cable expand alliance

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Home networking and structured wiring supplier OnQ announced it is furthering its relationship with Monster Cable in an alliance that will mean expanded marketing opportunities for the two companies.

Signature Media adds two to mix

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2003

BOSTON - Home integration firm Signature Media Group has acquired two more companies as its continues on its path to becoming the leading nationwide residential systems integration firms under the SMG brand.

With the acquisition of Engineered Environments, in Oakland, Calif.

Dealer program creeping out of its shell

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10/01/2003

Despite the sluggish economy, credit-shy investment banks and the general bad rap that they have accumulated over the past year, dealer programs are making a comeback in the security industry, attractive to both large and small dealers looking to take advantage of opportunities to grow their business.

While two smaller dealer programs have launched to independent dealers, one from Microtec Security in Canada, and another from Eagle Broadband Security in Texas (see related stories), and two more larger scale ones reportedly on the horizon, it appears that the market is recovering from the past year of high-profile troubles in some of the industry’s largest programs.

Alarm firm sued for scamming

ABC Alarm used unethical sales practices, officials said
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09/01/2003

HARTFORD, Conn. - State officials here are suing the two principals of a Milford alarm company on charges that the company bilked its residential alarm customers by installing defective equipment and then billing the customers for services that were never performed.

Utility holding steady with Pro One sale

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09/01/2003

TOPEKA, Kan. - Despite a new plan that frees the company from specific debt-reduction timelines and targets, Westar said it will proceed with the sale of Protection One, calling it the best option for reducing Westar’s $3 billion debt load.

Taking security mobile with GPS

Company to delve into $8 billion in-vehicle market
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09/01/2003

BOCA RATON, Fla. - To capture more of an increasingly mobile customer base, ADT has unveiled a new consumer offering that will monitor the location of a vehicle via GPS and provide in-vehicle access to emergency and concierge-type services.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2003

Brink’s shows strong profits for Q2

RICHMOND, Va. - Revenues at Brink’s Home Security rose nine percent to $76.

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