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Federal Signal Corporation Declares Quarterly Cash Dividend and Announces ...
Oak Brook, Illinois, April 23, 2014 - The Board of Directors of Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS) (the "Company") reinstated its quarterly cash dividend by declaring a dividend of three cents ($0.03) per share on its common stock.
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Federal Signal Can Revamp Your Portfolio for Growth
Federal Signal Corporation (FSS) is that kind of a stock with great potential. Founded in 1901, this Oak Brook, Illinois- based company is a manufacturer and worldwide supplier of safety, signaling and communications equipment, hazardous area lighting ...
Federal Signal Co. (FSS) Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.03
Federal Signal's revenue was up .9% compared to the same quarter last year. On average, analysts predict that Federal Signal will post $0.85 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.
Federal Signal Reinstates Dividend, Announces Buyback - Quick Facts
The Board of Directors of Federal Signal Corp. (FSS: Quote) reinstated its quarterly cash dividend by declaring a dividend of three cents per share on its common stock.
Federal Signal Collects Sturdy Mix Of Businesses FSS MMM
From gritty activities such as street sweeping to booming businesses in homeland security and fracking, Federal Signal plays a key role.
Springing Forward, and Its Consequences
Richard Primack, left, a biologist at Boston University, examining plant species in a meadow near Concord, Mass., in 2008 alongside Charles Davis of Harvard.
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Pirate radio stations are 'lifeline' for immigrant communities
But, in a raid over April 16 and 17, some of those connections were lost when federal agents seized radio transmission equipment from illegal radio stations - one at 88.7 FM broadcasting from Crescent Street in Brockton, and 100.1 FM also broadcasting ...
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All at sea: global shipping fleet exposed to hacking threat
A recent study by security company Rapid7 found more than 100,000 devices - from traffic signal equipment to oil and gas monitors - were connected to the internet using serial ports with poor security.
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Rep. Bradley Byrne tours Brookley; touts facility's potential
The Airport Authority's Executive Director Roger Wehner said there may be some opportunities within the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S.
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Algonquin to end fire alarm-monitoring program
The village is in the process of settling a lawsuit filed in federal court by Alarm Detection Systems, which called the system a monopoly and asked that it be ended so private alarm contractors could freely compete for commercial accounts.
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