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1. EXPLAINER: Will burglar alarms still work after 3G shutdown? -

NEW YORK (AP) — As telecom companies rev up the newest generation of mobile service, called 5G, they're shutting down old networks — a costly, years-in-the-works process that's now prompting calls for a delay because many products out there still rely on the old standard, 3G.

2. Ford, ADT form venture to make vehicle security products -

DETROIT (AP) — Ford and security company ADT have formed a joint venture that will help businesses protect vehicles and expensive equipment they carry from theft.

The first product from the venture called Canopy is a system that uses cameras, radar, global positioning and artificial intelligence to spot a potential thief and notify ADT, which will monitor the feeds and notify the customer or authorities if needed.

3. DoorDash adds safety features to help protect drivers -

DoorDash is adding security features to its app to help protect drivers.

The San Francisco-based delivery company said Wednesday it's partnering with security company ADT on the new features, which will be available to all U.S. DoorDash drivers by the end of this year.

4. Google, ADT partnering on home security products -

Google is pairing its Nest smart home technology with ADT and buying a stake in the home security company.

ADT plans to begin offering Google devices to its customers starting this year. Shares of the company, based in Boca Raton, Florida, spiked 60% before the opening bell Monday.

5. Wobbly day on Wall Street ends mixed; New highs for S&P, Dow -

Wall Street capped a wobbly day for stocks with another record-setting finish Wednesday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 index each eked out a modest gain that was good enough to nudge them to record highs. The Nasdaq closed just below its all-time high set a day earlier.

6. A familiar face in an ever-changing corner of the city -

With the Lone Ranger hi-yo-ing Silver on the TV in the back room of the comfortable home on Caldwell Avenue, Alvin M. Fitzgerald Sr. beckons me past the porch pots filled with fresh, bright artificial flowers and into his home of 56 years.

7. ADT being purchased by Apollo Global for $6.94 billion -

NEW YORK (AP) — Home security services company ADT has agreed to be purchased by affiliates of Apollo Global Management for about $6.94 billion.

ADT Corp.'s stock surged more than 50 percent in Tuesday premarket trading.

8. US stocks rise for the second day in a row in broad rally -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks closed broadly higher as the market notched its second sizable gain in a row. Retail and industrial stocks made the biggest gains as they were lifted by company earnings, some good news from China's economy, and hope that Japan's struggling economy will get another boost.

9. Weakness in retailers and energy companies pull stocks lower -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stock indexes ended lower Wednesday after a day of wavering between small gains and losses. A weak report from Macy's pushed retail stocks lower, and energy stocks retreated as the price of oil fell.

10. AT&T to sell home automation, security packages -

NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T Inc. is launching its home security and automation service in 15 cities Friday, with an eye toward getting customers hooked on security cameras, thermostats and locks they can control from phones and tablets.

11. Tyco Intl plans to break up into 3 companies -

Swiss manufacturer Tyco International Ltd. said Monday it plans to separate into three independent, publicly-traded companies to foster growth for each of the entities.

The company will create an ADT North America residential security business and separate companies for flow control products and commercial fire and security. Tyco said the new companies will have greater flexibility to pursue their own growth strategies than they would under the current corporate structure.