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Brink's Co

Brink's Co. is a publicly traded company having a good stock performance result. Brink's Co. is a fortune 500 stock listed company trading under BCO.
The Brink’s Company established in 1859, based in Richmond, Virginia, is a leading global security services company with 45,000 employees worldwide, and operations in more than 130 countries. It is a leading provider of armored car transportation, ATM servicing, currency and coin processing and other value-added services to banks, retailers and other commercial and governmental agencies around the world. Brink’s Home Security is the second-largest provider of monitored security services for residential and commercial properties in North America and a recognized leader in service quality.
Ronald L. Turner has been Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ceridian Corporation since January 2000. Ceridian Corporation is an information services company providing outsourcing services to the human resources, transportation and retail markets, and operates in the U.S., Canada and Europe. He served as Chief Operating Officer of Ceridian Corporation from April 1998 to January 2000; Executive Vice President of Operations from March 1997 to April 1998; and has been a director of Ceridian since July 1998. Mr. Turner has been a director of the Company since 2002.
The Company has authority to purchase up to 1.0 million shares of common stock under a share repurchase program authorized by the board of directors, with an aggregate purchase price limitation of 19.1 million dollars. The Brink’s Company Employee Benefits Trust holds shares of the Company’s common stock to fund obligations under compensation and employee benefit programs that provide for the issuance of stock. The Company issued 2.1 million shares in 2005 and 2.5 million shares in 2004 of common stock to the Trust. Shares held by the Trust that have not been allocated to employees are accounted for at fair value as a reduction of shareholders’ equity similar to treasury stock. Shares of common stock will be voted by the trustee in the same proportion as those voted by the Company’s employees participating in the Company’s 401k plan. At December 31, 2005, the Company has authority to issue up to 2.0 million shares of preferred stock, par value 10 dollars per share.
The Brink’s name is synonymous with trust, integrity, security, efficiency, and world-class service. The business of company is to deliver value by protecting people and property at home and work, or en route virtually anywhere in the world.

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