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Dice Corp. buys building, to relocate

The new facility includes a disaster recovery center
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02/01/2002

BAY CITY, Mich.-Dice Corp.

Diversified appoints CEO, president

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2002

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.

Telular and Sonitrol announce distribution agreement

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2002

VERNON HILLS, Ill.-Telular Corp.

Shields boosts sales, joins cooperative

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02/01/2002

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-The scale of sales in the security market just got larger for Tennessee-based Shields Electronics Supply after partnering with Edge Marketing and Procurement Group, a membership organization that is opening up new channels for them in the industry.

IR snaps up interest in Italy's CISA

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2002

WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J.

Ultrak could lose major retail contract

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2002

LEWISVILLE, Texas-A major U.S.

Kastle Systems' Chicago office increases sales force

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01/01/2002

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.

Diversified Security goes public

Funds are earmarked for acquisitions, new offices
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01/01/2002

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.

Greater Alarm builds access control division

Industry veteran Larry Farmer will head the Access Control Managment program
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01/01/2002

ROSEVILLE, Calif.-Greater Alarm has tapped 20-year industry veteran Larry Farmer to head the new Access Control Management program for the company's Northern California operations.

FTC to rule on Zebra/Fargo deal

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01/01/2002

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.-Nearly five months after first announcing plans to buy card manufacturer Fargo Electronics, Zebra Technology in December was still awaiting approval from the Federal Trade Commission.

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