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Boston armored car service; robbed of over one million dollars (1950). [Am. Hist.: Facts (1950), 24]
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The Brink's Company announced that the recent theft of an international gold shipment in Brazil, valued at approximately $29M, is covered by insurance and will not have a material impact on its 2019 financial results or its ability to continue serving its global customers.
The City of Evanston announced it has partnered with The Brink's Company to upgrade its transportation program for seniors and disabled residents through the implementation of the Brink's Business Expense card.
has a deal to be bought by The Brink's Co., a cash management and secure logistics firm based in Coppell, Texas, for $520 million in cash.<br />The combination of Dunbar, the fourth-largest American cash management company, and Brink's, the second-largest, would create the largest such company in the world, Brink's CEO Doug Pertz told investors on a call Thursday morning.<br />"Dunbar has been in business for over three generations," said Pertz.
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"Our carefully crafted Terracotta Warrior mocktail marks The Brink's signature way of acknowledging the importance that this display has on the city and its residents.
19 January 2018 - Virginia, US-based security and protection company The Brink's Company (NYSE: BCO) has agreed to acquire Brazil-based cash handling management group Rodoban for approximately USD 145m in cash, the company said.
FN America LLC announces a long-term pistol contract with Brink's Inc., well-known provider of secure logistics and security solutions throughout the U.S.
Fleetmatics Group PLC (NYSE: FLTX) said it has entered into a master subscription services agreement with Brink's France.
Brink's emergence as a writer was as a prominent member of the Sestigers--writers of the 60s--and his earliest writing was in Afrikaans until his 1973 novel Kennis van die aand earned the reputation of being the first Afrikaans work to be banned by the apartheid establishment.
The Brink's Company (NYSE: BCO) said it has reported a decline fourth quarter 2014 earnings.
Brink's accomplice, Nico Courtier, 15, is being prosecuted as an adult in connection with the incident.
The gathering will witness participation from Brink's leadership team and key customers.