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ADT Q4 Revenue Up, Pulse Surpasses 1M Customers

Driven in part by the success of Pulse, ADT said recurring revenue, which made up 93% of total revenue in the quarter, was $819 million, up 5.4% compared to the same period last year.


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Several alarm companies have settled lawsuits with ADT in response to claims that the firms misled consumers to believe the companies were affiliated with ADT. October 09, 2013

A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling in favor of ADT, Alarm Detection Systems (ADS) and three other private alarm companies, stating that the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District (LWFPD) could not monopolize the fire alarm monitoring market. Ashley Willis · August 07, 2013

In its first deal since spinning off from Tyco Int’l last year, ADT announced this week that it will acquire Devcon Security for $148.5 million, in a deal that will bring in 117,000 accounts and $3.6 million in recurring monthly revenue (RMR). Ashley Willis · August 01, 2013

ADT Corp. announced today that it plans to acquire Hollywood, Fla.-based Devcon Security for $148.5 million. July 30, 2013

Winners of the 18th annual SAMMY Awards illustrate how creative and economical marketing collateral helps build brand awareness and business success. Learn who won in each category and pick up effective concepts for your own company.  June 03, 2013

A year after she was appointed as ADT’s CFO, Kathryn Mikells is leaving the company to assume a role at Xerox Corp. April 21, 2013

ADT's CMO Tony Wells goes undercover in his own company on reality television. SSI Staff · April 17, 2013

Electronic security professionals arrived at SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION’s 18th Annual SAMMY Awards in Las Vegas on Tuesday to honor the industry’s top sales, marketing, business and installation practices. April 08, 2013

ADT customers have filed a federal class action lawsuit against the firm that targets the penalties ADT imposes for early termination. The lawsuit also states the company unilaterally increases monitoring rates while consumers are under contract for lesser fees. March 27, 2013

As a division within one of three publicly traded companies spawned from a recent reorganization, Tyco Integrated Security is forging ahead without the storied ADT moniker to establish its new name as North America’s commercial market leader. However, as an exclusive interview with TycoIS President Mark VanDover reveals, there is much more to it than that. By Scott Goldfine · March 06, 2013




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