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UTC Reports 4% Growth for Climate, Controls & Security Unit

UTC cut its full-year profit outlook as it warned of pressures in its aerospace systems and Otis elevators businesses.


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The September issue of SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION features my in-depth interview with United Technologies Corp. (UTC) Global Security Products President Kelly Romano. To add some balance to that piece with an objective, I spoke to three of the industry’s top analysts, including Sandy Jones, principal of Sandra Jones & Co., Bill Bozeman, president/CEO of PSA Security Network, and Walter Bailey, CEO and senior managing director of Focus Consulting Partners LLC. Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2011

The September issue of SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION features my in-depth interview with United Technologies Corp. (UTC) Global Security Products President Kelly Romano. To add some balance to that piece with an objective, I spoke to three of the industry’s top analysts, including Sandy Jones, principal of Sandra Jones & Co., Bill Bozeman, president/CEO of PSA Security Network, and Walter Bailey, CEO and senior managing director of Focus Consulting Partners LLC. Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2011

If you go back to the days of Sentrol you might remember a fantastic security sensors application book ... Bob Dolph · January 04, 2011

UTC Fire & Security will break ground on a new Fire Innovation Test Center in Florida in December, the company announced Wednesday ... August 31, 2010

United Technologies Corp. Chairman and CEO Louis Chenevert received the FDNY Foundation's annual Commissioner's Humanitarian Award for the company's longtime support for fire prevention and public safety in New York City. June 01, 2010

United Technologies Corp. (UTC) has closed on its deal to buy the security business of General Electric. UTC says it sold $2.25 billion in debt to help fund the purchase price of about ... March 02, 2010

After a year in which economic turmoil all but silenced large-scale mergers and acquisitions, a flurry of recent deal-making could signal a harbinger of what lies ahead in 2010. November 30, 2009

Pending any regulatory issues, after seven some odd years, GE has bowed out of the security industry, having agreed to sell its GE Security holdings to United Technologies Corp. (UTC) for $1.82 billion. Scott Goldfine · November 12, 2009

United Technologies Corp. (UTC) said today will acquire General Electric Co.’s fire detection and security business for ... November 11, 2009

United Technologies Corp. (UTC) has withdrawn its unsolicited $2.6 billion bid to acquire ... October 13, 2008




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