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Vivint Sells Off Solar Biz to SunEdison for $2.2B

Having already sold its door-to-door security and home automation business for $1.8 billion, Vivint is selling its solar installation business to renewable energy company SunEdison for $2.2 billion.


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Three armed men broke into R&B singer Chris Brown’s Los Angeles home, forcing his aunt into a closet during the intrusion. SSI Staff · July 15, 2015

Tyco Integrated Security stepped in to provide Virginia's Fairfax County Public Schools with a unique, integrated plan to ensure that its students and employees would be as safe and secure, earning the firm Security Sales & Integration's Integrated Installation of the Year runner-up notice. Scott Goldfine · July 15, 2015

The Kansas Wildlife Exhibit has decided to upgrade security, including installing security cameras in animal cages, after a beaver and bobcat escaped from their enclosures. SSI Staff · July 15, 2015

An elderly Washington-based woman says a sales representative disconnected her NorthStar Alarm security system and replaced it with one from BP Alarm. SSI Staff · July 14, 2015

Hernando County (Fla.) deputies have received reports that a Capital Connect sales representative is using dishonest tactics to sell homeowners upgrades to their security systems. SSI Staff · July 14, 2015

In an effort to reduce false alarms, the Salina (Kan.) City Commission has approved an ordinance that prevents the city’s police and fire departments from monitoring alarms. Alarm owners will now have to seek a third party to provide monitoring services. SSI Staff · July 13, 2015

The Buffalo Police Department is reaching out to residents and business owners with video surveillance solutions in an effort to help officers solve crimes. SSI Staff · July 10, 2015

The program requires alarm owners to pay an annual $25 registration fee and a $100 fine for a false alarm. SSI Staff · July 10, 2015

NBC might not be covering the pageant, but IC Real Tech will be there behind-the-scenes with 720-degree cameras and an app called Miss USA 720 Experience. Julie Jacobson · July 09, 2015

A security camera at a California doughnut shop captured pop singer Ariana Grande bashing Americans. SSI Staff · July 08, 2015




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