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Freightways buys two Australasian document shredding firms for $13 mln Dec. Freightways, New Zealand's largest listed courier and data management company, has bought two document shredding firms, one on either side of the Tasman, for an aggregate $13
Countryside Fire Protection District to dispose of fire extinguishers, which can be brought to the event. Eyeglasses and cellphones also will be accepted on behalf of the Lions Club.
Center Fire Company members are asking for a donation of $10 for each paper-sized box of documents. Residents may bring old bank statements, credit card statements, tax records and any other sensitive documents to be shredded.
Dr. Tariq Mahmood's team was forced out of the Cameron hospital on July 19 to prevent document destruction. The FBI is investigating the shredding of documents at a Cameron hospital that apparently occurred after local authorities wrested control of
Seattle has always been a trendsetter of sorts: first with grunge music and the coffeehouse craze, and then with its burgeoning startup scene. Today the Pacific Northwest city continues to set trends with innovative new businesses...The list includes
Boston-based storage management company Iron Mountain said today it has acquired three records management businesses owned by Carrollton, Texas-based Information Storage Consolidation Co. Iron Mountain said it will now assume responsibility for
The business of professional document shredding falls into the category of security. As the legal requirements concerning privacy tightens, more companies are faced with the need to protect information through the proper disposal of documents.
A man suffered serious injuries to his arm when first his sleeve and then his limb were tangled in a large paper shredder Thursday morning...West Sacramento Fire Department Battalion Chief Steve Binns said the shredder was large enough to handle
Three free document shredding events in the next month can help people safely dispose of paperwork containing personal information...Saturday, April 20, take your paperwork to Wilson Motors, 1100 Iowa St., Bellingham for free shredding by the Better
News will be broadcasting live throughout the day from the April 22 event in an effort to educate viewers about the dangers of identity theft. Arizona is ranked 8th in reported identity theft complaints in the U.S. according to data from the U.S...