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November 19, 2001 | Bloomberg News
The largest operator of airport security in the United States warned that its profit will be hurt by a new U.S. law, which President Bush plans to sign today, making the federal government responsible for airport safety. London-based Securicor Group, which screens baggage and provides other services at 34 U.S. airports, said the planned law will eat into profit at its U.S. unit Argenbright Holdings.
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November 19, 2001 | Bloomberg News
The largest operator of airport security in the United States warned that its profit will be hurt by a new U.S. law, which President Bush plans to sign today, making the federal government responsible for airport safety. London-based Securicor Group, which screens baggage and provides other services at 34 U.S. airports, said the planned law will eat into profit at its U.S. unit Argenbright Holdings.
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October 22, 2001 | From Reuters
The nation's largest airport baggage and passenger screening company would have to run criminal background checks on employees under a proposal to settle new allegations by federal prosecutors, court papers showed. In a deal with the Justice Department, Argenbright Holdings Ltd., a unit of Britain's Securicor Group Plc, has agreed to conduct fingerprint checks nationwide on workers not already vetted by federal authorities investigating the company's hiring practices.
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