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  • Imperva stock spikes on acquisition interest

    Shares of Imperva rally following a report of buyout interest from Cisco and IBM.

  • Microsoft rolls out Uber safety 'selfie'

    Joe Sullivan, Uber chief security officer, and Andrew Shuman, Microsoft corporate vp, discuss Microsoft's plan to roll out a new security app which features a real-time ID check for Uber drivers.

  • FARGO, N.D.— A joint task force of North Dakota and federal officials is investigating a clash between Dakota Access pipeline protesters and private security guards earlier this month, a county sheriff announced Tuesday. The task force includes members of the Morton and Mercer County sheriff's departments, the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the...

  • Michael Rapino, CEO, Live Nation

    Live Nation may be the largest of all the concert companies, but it's also facing growing competition from a range of places.

  • SkyDroner is designed to detect when a drone enters its airspace

    SkyDroner, which costs between $50,000 to $80,000 per camera, is intended to be used by the likes of law enforcement agencies and prisons.

  • Ryan Lochte inks alarming new endorsement deal

    The Olympic swimmer lands a new deal with ROBOCOPP to endorse personal alarms.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 29- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will study whether to discontinue using privately run detention centers, which the Justice Department recently called unsafe, for migrants and shares of private prison operators fell on Monday after the news. Department Secretary Jeh Johnson said he directed his advisory council to evaluate...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 29- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced on Monday that he directed his advisory council to evaluate whether the agency should continue to contract with private prisons, news that hit shares of private prison operators. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a division of DHS, currently uses private prison groups...

  • On Thursday, the Department of Justice said it had ordered the Federal Bureau of Prisons to let private prison contracts expire or scale them back to a level consistent with recent declines in the prison population. That announcement triggered fears other federal and state agencies would follow suit, and wiped out nearly a third of the companies' market value...

  • "The move is significant, though it is limited in its own right," said David Shapiro, an attorney at the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern University. Corrections Corp and Geo Group are down 24.7 percent and 20.6 percent this year, respectively. For Geo Group, such contracts accounted for about 16 percent of revenue last year.

  • Aug 19- Private prison operator Geo Group Inc said the Federal Bureau of Prisons rescinded a previously granted extension to operate a facility after renewing the contract. The company said earlier on Friday the BOP had renewed its contract for the D. Ray James Correctional Facility in Folkston, Georgia through Sept. 30, 2018. The U.S. Justice Department...

  • Corrections Corp's shares rose 9.6 percent to $19.26, while GEO Group's stock gained 8 percent to $21.10. The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday directed the Bureau of Prisons to gradually phase out private prison operators by letting contracts expire or by scaling them back to a level consistent with recent declines in the U.S. prison population.

  • Corrections Corp's shares rose 9.6 percent to $19.26, while GEO Group's stock gained 8 percent to $21.10. The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday directed the Bureau of Prisons to gradually phase out private prison operators by letting contracts expire or by scaling them back to a level consistent with recent declines in the U.S. prison population.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 18- The U.S. Justice Department announced plans on Thursday to phase out its use of privately operated prisons, calling them less safe and a poor substitute for government-run facilities. GEO Group Inc ended down 39 percent at $19.51 on the New York Stock Exchange while Corrections Corp of America sank 35 percent to close at $17.57.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 18- The U.S. Justice Department announced plans on Thursday to phase out its use of privately-operated prisons, calling them less safe and less effective than government-run facilities. The decision, announced Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in a memo, followed a report last week by the Justice Department's inspector general that...

  • Portugal minister robbed at knifepoint in Rio

    Education Minister Tiago Brandao Rodrigues and an aide were assaulted at the Olympic lake on Saturday.

  • Loews opens new resort

    Loews is opening a new resort at Universal Orlando. Discussing the importance of securing hotels, with Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotels Chairman, Co-Owner of the Giants, Loews Co-Chairman of the Board

  • Flanked by members of the Secret Service, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump

    Private firms are preparing to provide important support, and see a whirlwind of business when the GOP comes to Cleveland next week.

  • Catching suicide bombers at the door

    Michael Ellenbogen, Evolv CEO, discusses his company's technology which proposes it can help prevent mass causalities.

  • Expect defense spending to increase: NATO Sec-Gen

    NATO secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg tells CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford that the U.K. has been a lead nation in defense spending, while commenting on other European NATO allies.