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Rural/Metro Corp. prevailed over a New Yorkbased hedge fund’s attempt to unseat two members of its board of directors.
The board of directors of Rural/Metro Corp. had a discussion Wednesday with a disgruntled stockholder who wants to fill three spaces on the board with its own candidates.
Scottsdale-based Rural/ Metro Corp. reported lower profits for its second fiscal quarter.
Rural/Metro Corp. announced a year-over-year increase of 10 percent in revenue for its fiscal first quarter, as well as a $2.4 million increase in net income.
Rural/Metro Corp. has little to lose financially in the upcoming election in which voters will decide whether to retain the company's contract with Scottsdale for fire service.
Southwest Ambulance and Rural/Metro employees in a group, hands-only CPR training session.
COVINGTON, Ky. — Northern Kentucky-based St. Elizabeth Healthcare is selling its ambulance service, pending state approval.
REFUNDS COMING: Residents who had time left on Rural/Metro fire subscription services will begin getting refunds now that the town has started its own fire department. Jan. 26, 2010.
Mayor Art Sanders highlighted a refund agreement with Rural/Metro and Queen Creek's economic development and transportation projects in his final state of the town address Wednesday night.
Rural/Metro Corp.'s fiscal 2008 second-quarter demonstrated continuing, gradual improvement in the company's financial performance.
Queen Creek officials had their first meeting with Rural/Metro Fire Department on Friday to push for refunds for town residents who paid for fire service subscriptions no longer needed.
Rural/Metro Corp. and its largest stockholder have agreed to settle a proposed election contest during the company’s upcoming annual stockholders meeting.
About 28 Southwest Ambulance and Rural/Metro Fire Department employees were laid off this week in Maricopa County as part of a streamlining process.
Rural/Metro Corp. plans to further decrease its presence in Scottsdale by closing its operations center at Indian School and Granite Reef roads.
After a lengthy delay that drew negative reaction from investors, creditors and NASDAQ, Rural/Metro Corp. released its financial results Wednesday for the first quarter of its fiscal 2008 and full fiscal 2007.
Scottsdale-based Rural/Metro Corp. is out of compliance with creditors and
Two biggest stockholders of Rural/Metro are fed up with company’s continuing need to delay, restate financial earnings
NEWEST FIRE STATION: A new Rural/Metro fire station is shown under construction in the Copper Basin neighborhood of Pinal County. The station, which opened Monday, was built to help emergency services keep up with the growth in the area.
Rural/Metro Corp.’s efforts to curb uncompensated care have started to pay off. Not getting paid for emergency and nonemergency medical service caused the Scottsdale-based company to report a $2.8 million loss for the third quarter of its current fiscal year.
Scottsdale-based Rural/Metro Corp. Wednesday announced a $7 million unscheduled payment on the principal of its $293 million long-term debt.
During his long and storied ownership of the Rural/ Metro Corp., the late Louis A. Witzeman Jr. was described by his family and former colleagues as someone who loved Scottsdale and serving the community.