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Stanley Black & Decker Hints at Splitting Off Its Security Business

Recent comments made by Stanley Chairman and CEO John Lundgren may indicate the company is exploring a security business spinoff to boost its share price.


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The company hired two veteran specialists to staff the new division. Rodney Bosch · April 29, 2015

Residents claim that the St. Louis Metropolitan Police are deliberately ignoring video taken by home security cameras that show crimes in the area. SSI Staff · April 29, 2015

Video surveillance footage supplied by the owners of the Sports Mart store in the Mondawmin Mall show a rush of young adults scooping up items and ransacking the property. SSI Staff · April 29, 2015

Mountain climber Mariusz Malkowski from Sigma Designs controlled his smart home from Mt. Everest recently to promote the Z-Wave Alliance. He is now safe after the devastating avalanche triggered by Nepal's earthquake. Julie Jacobson · April 28, 2015

Las Vegas authorities, along with federal and local police, fire, tourism and fight officials, are beefing up security to protect the thousands of fans and celebrities expected to attend events during the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao fight weekend. SSI Staff · April 28, 2015

Held on the eve of ISC West to thank channel partners and customers, the gathering also featured an overview of the company’s future growth plans. SSI Staff · April 28, 2015

It sure can, according to Canada-based Novattach, a supplier of tool-free mounting brackets. Check out the demo video shot on the show floor at ISC West 2015. Rodney Bosch · April 28, 2015

The company will use the new financing to scale systems and engineering, as well as drive continued development of its patent portfolio. SSI Staff · April 28, 2015

One factor advancing the integration of building systems is the impressive range of monitoring and control capabilities today’s building automation systems can provide. What’s more, rich data sets can be stored and analyzed to achieve newfound operational efficiencies. Rodney Bosch · April 27, 2015

Video surveillance footage of the 7.9-magnitude earthquake in Nepal shows the force of the tremor that has led to more than 4,600 deaths and more than 9,000 injuries. SSI Staff · April 27, 2015




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