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10 Ways to Keep Your Data Secure
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10 Ways to Keep Your Data Secure

Smaller firms are getting attacked more frequently now. Be prepared. More

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When It Comes to Data Security, Take No Chances

Try these strategies to address security weak points and protect your business More

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Why Your Facility Needs to Install Cameras and TVs

Use them both to save money, generate sales, and negate problems More

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Termites, Theft, and Computer Security

LBM managers don't like to talk about termites or theft, but what about computer security? More

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Fortune Brands Home & Security Takes 4Q Nosedive Into Red

Fortune Brands Home & Security fell into the red during the fourth quarter with a $105.3 million operating loss after posting a $36.4 million operating income during the same period a year ago. Despite seeing shades of red, net sales at the company improved by 4% to reach $876.1 million for the quarter ended Dec. 31. More

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Net Earnings at Fortune Brands Home and Security Fall 26% in 3Q

Fortune Brands Home & Security posted a net income $20.4 million during the third quarter, down 26% from the same period last year. Net sales for the company, which until Oct. 4 traded as the building products unit of Fortune Brands, grew 4% to $848 million. More

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Fortune Brands' Home and Security Unit Takes Flight

The CEO of Fortune Brands Home & Security--the day-old corporate spinoff whose brands include MasterBrand cabinets, Moen faucets, Simonton windows, Therma-Tru entry doors, and Master Lock-says the company begins life strong, profitable, and contemplating acquisitions once the housing market recovers. More

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Fortune Brands Sets Oct. 3 Spin-Off Date for Home, Security Unit

Fortune Brands Inc.--the conglomerate whose home products include such names as Moen faucets, Aristokraft and Kitchen Craft cabinets, Therma-Tru doors and Simonton wndows--announced the planned spin-off of its home and security unit into a separate company will take place Oct. 3. More

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Protecting Your Company from Theft, Part I: Physical Security

"One of the things that has disappointed me the most over the years is the amount of theft that you need to deal with as a business owner," writes Jim Sobeck in his column. He shares his advice on how to prevent break-ins and thefts at your business. With a few simple, additions your place of business can become a mecca of security. More

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