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Capital Connect is one of five alarm dealers for Monitronics Int’l that ADT recently sued for misleading customers into believing the companies were affiliated with ADT or their alarm systems required…


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Security giant ADT has formed alliances with LG Electronics to develop and all-in-one smart security devices and Google’s Nest to integrate the Nest Learning Thermostat into ADT’s Pulse platform. SSI Staff · May 18, 2015

ADT Pulse home automation subscriber base reaches 1.2 million total customers or 19% of ADT’s total customer base. Average revenue per customer is up 4.6% and attrition is lowest since Tyco spinoff. Jason Knott · April 29, 2015

Labor Notes reports ADT locked out the workers in Winston-Salem, N.C., following failed contract negotiations. SSI Staff · March 17, 2015

ADT accused Salt Lake City-based Alarm Protection Technology of infringing upon the residential security giant’s name and trademark. A federal jury in Florida disagreed. SSI Staff · March 12, 2015

Icontrol has hired two ADT bigwigs to help launch its Icontrol One Dealer Program for independent security and home automation dealers. The program seems to be targeted squarely at rival Alarm.com. Julie Jacobson · February 24, 2015

ADT’s new campaign features Golden Globe award-winning actor Ving Rhames as the living personification of the security brand to promote smart home security solutions. SSI Staff · February 16, 2015

ADT currently has an average rating of “Hold” and an average price target of $37.80. SSI Staff · February 13, 2015

ADT's total revenue for the first quarter of 2015 increased 5.7% year over year to $887 million and exceeded analysts estimates of $883 million. SSI Staff · January 29, 2015

ADT has named Andrea Marting as the new president of ADT Canada, where she will lead the integration of the firm and Protectron. SSI Staff · January 09, 2015

SSI's Legal Briefing columnist Ken Kirschenbaum discusses a class action lawsuit that claims ADT’s wireless systems are easily hacked by unauthorized third parties. Kirschenbaum warns small electronic security firms that while ADT may prevail in the lawsuit, most companies would be financially hard pressed to defend themselves. Ken Kirschenbaum · January 08, 2015




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