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Read: Monitronics Expects to Emerge From Chapter 11 in Early September

Monitronics Expects to Emerge From Chapter 11 in Early September

The wholesale monitoring and smart home services provider says it will reorganize with significantly less debt and access to new sources of capital.

Read: Brinks Home Security Appoints Chris Moloney as CMO, SVP of E-Commerce

Brinks Home Security Appoints Chris Moloney as CMO, SVP of E-Commerce

Moloney brings more than two decades of experience to his new role, including serving as CMO for Experian, Wells Fargo Advisors, TaxSlayer and Scottrade.

Read: Ascent Capital Group Will Voluntarily Delist From Nasdaq

Ascent Capital Group Will Voluntarily Delist From Nasdaq

The company originally intended to appeal the delisting, but determined it wouldn’t be worth the cost in time and resources.

Read: Monitronics Reorg Fallout: Dealer Program Model Losing Luster, Industry Experts Say

Monitronics Reorg Fallout: Dealer Program Model Losing Luster, Industry Experts Say

As Monitronics aims to eliminate suffocating debt, plentiful access to capital has led alarm companies to be less reliant on dealer-program financing.

Read: Monitronics Files for Bankruptcy Protection to Eliminate $885M in Debt

Monitronics Files for Bankruptcy Protection to Eliminate $885M in Debt

The restructuring agreement calls for Monitronics to be merged with its holding company Ascent Capital Group upon stockholder approval.

Read: UTC Fire & Security, Honeywell Beat Telemarketing Class Action-Suit

UTC Fire & Security, Honeywell Beat Telemarketing Class Action-Suit

Multidistrict lawsuits sought to hold both companies vicariously liable for calls made by other companies that were attempting to sell home monitoring systems made by UTC and Honeywell.

Read: MONI CEO on Bringing Brinks Branding Back

MONI CEO on Bringing Brinks Branding Back

Despite a nine-year absence from the home security market, Jeff Gardner explains why the Brinks brand will fuel faster growth at the company.

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