A 28-year-old man was arrested and charged with insider training after prosecutors say he made $1.5 million trading ADT stock at around the time Apollo Global Management acquired ADT.
Stephen Sellner · April 15, 2016
The largest reported alarm defense case in history began its story on March 14, 2010 when five burglars cut their way through the roof of pharmaceutical company Eil Lilly’s warehouse and stole $60 million of Prozac, Zyprexa and other prescription drugs.
Ken Kirschenbaum · April 06, 2016
A federal jury in Florida has determined Tyco Integrated Security isn't liable for the theft of more than $60 million worth of prescription drugs from pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly's warehouse in Connecticut six years ago.
Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016
Security giant ADT has lost a trademark infringement appeal against a smaller competitor calling itself APT (Alarm Protection Technology). ADT argued that the West Palm Beach federal jury that rejected its $27 million damages claims last year was working from flawed instructions.
Scott Goldfine · April 05, 2016
ADT actively solicited alternative acquisition proposals during the 40-day period from 24 potential acquirers.
Rodney Bosch · March 28, 2016
Lawyers for Eli Lilly blame lax control over computer data allowed burglars to steal more than $60 million of drugs in 2010.
Rodney Bosch · March 21, 2016
Scammers claiming to be home security representatives for ADT targeted a neighborhood in Little Rock, Ark., trying to gain unwarranted access into people's homes.
Stephen Sellner · March 17, 2016
Last week, ADT was bought by Apollo Global Management for nearly $7 billion in one of the biggest leveraged buyouts of a security company over the past few years. Check out all of SSI's coverage of the deal.
SSI Staff · February 24, 2016
SSI spoke to half a dozen industry stakeholders from across the financial, M&A, integration and consultant professions to gain a deeper perspective of the $7 billion mega deal for ADT Corp.
Rodney Bosch · February 16, 2016
Authored by Jeff Kessler and Saliq Kahn, research report reiterates Imperial Capital’s view that there appears to be a large disconnect between the public and private market valuations for home security and home control companies.
SSI Staff · February 16, 2016