Press Release Archive

8/5/2014
The Boston Globe Selects LoJack Corporation to Optimize Fleet Management and Delivery Operations

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), a provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, announced today that The Boston Globe has equipped more than 130 delivery and service vehicles with the LoJack Fleet Management powered by TomTom solution. The solution provides The Boston Globe with access to critical information, such as trip, fuel consumption and maintenance reports. Read more »

7/15/2014
LoJack Corporation Releases 2013 Construction Equipment Theft & Recovery Report and Infographic

Today LoJack Corporation released new data originating from the Company’s annual Construction Equipment Theft and Recovery in the United States study. LoJack’s annual study and accompanying infographic reviews theft trends specific to construction equipment and tools equipped with the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System. Read more »

6/30/2014
July Is National Vehicle Theft Protection Month

The International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) and LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) are partnering to promote the annual National Vehicle Theft Protection Month. Throughout July, the top month of the year for vehicle theft, IAATI and LoJack are partnering to educate vehicle owners and raise public awareness of the issues and criminal behaviors around auto theft. Read more »

5/20/2014
“LoDown with LoJack” Launched to Show the Close Connection Between LoJack, Law Enforcement and Vehicle Owners

LoJack Corporation, a provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, today announced the debut of its new video series, "LoDown with LoJack," reviewing the knowledge and distinctive culture of the company's Law Enforcement Liaison team. Read more »

5/19/2014
LoJack Releases Fifth Annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) announced today that law enforcement officials recovered more than $121 million in stolen vehicles equipped with the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System in 2013. Released May 15th, LoJack’s fifth annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report and infographic reviews auto theft trends over the past year specific to vehicles equipped with the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System. Read more »

5/13/2014
LoJack Announces Dismissal Of All Arbitration Claims Filed By Brazilian Licensee

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) today announced that an arbitration panel has dismissed all claims filed against the Company by Tracker do Brasil LTDA (Tracker), the exclusive licensee of the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery technology in Brazil. Read more »

5/1/2014
LoJack Reports Financial Results for the First Quarter of 2014

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) today announced revenue of $30.1 million for the quarter ended March 31, 2014 compared with $31.2 million for the same period in 2013. The net loss attributable to the Company was $5.5 million, or $0.31 per share, for the first quarter of 2014 compared with a net loss attributable to LoJack of $5.7 million, or $0.32 per share, for the first quarter of 2013. Read more »

4/29/2014
LoJack Adds Industry Leader Joe Castelli To Executive Team

LoJack Corporation, a provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, today announced the appointment of Joe Castelli as Vice President, Fleet and Commercial Operations. In this new role, Castelli will be focused on continuing to grow LoJack's Commercial Equipment and Fleet Management business. Read more »

4/24/2014
LoJack Corporation Schedules Q1 2014 Earnings Call for Thursday, May 1

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ GS: LOJN), a provider of vehicle theft recovery systems and advanced fleet management solutions, will announce its first-quarter 2014 financial results before the market opens on Thursday, May 1, 2014. Read more »

2/20/2014
LoJack Corporation Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End 2013 Financial Results

Highlights  Q4 Revenue of $40.5 Million, Up 20% from Q4 2012; Full-Year Revenue Up 6% to $140.2 Million  Q4 Net Income of $4.5 Million, EPS of $0.25 Per Diluted Share; 2013 EPS of $0.18  Q4 Gross Margin Strong at 57.5%; Full-Year Gross Margin at 55%  Q4 U.S. Dealer Channel Volume up 26%; Has Outpaced Retail Auto Industry Growth for 15 Consecutive Months  2014 Guidance for 8% to 10% Revenue Growth and Strategic Investments in LoJack’s Connected Car Strategy Read more »

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12/30/2013
LoJack Corporation Reveals 'Top Vehicle & Equipment Theft Recoveries of 2013'

New Year's Day is the holiday with the highest number of vehicle thefts, which means there’s no better time for LoJack Corporation to release its top stolen vehicle and equipment recoveries of 2013. Read more »

12/12/2013
LoJack’s Winter Advisory to Vehicle Owners: Do Not Get Left Out In The Cold

To better prepare car owners for the rigorous winter driving months, the LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) has announced its best tips to protect vehicles and assets this season. Car thieves have been known to target the winter months, notably because owners often start their vehicles on cold mornings and leave holiday gifts in plain sight – making their vehicles easy targets for theft. Read more »

12/10/2013
LoJack Aids Canadian & U.S. Law Enforcement Agencies in International Crime Ring Bust, Recovering $3.2 Million in Assets

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), which delivers vehicle-related safety and security through a broad suite of products, services, and timely and relevant information, announced today its participation with the international crime ring investigation Project Windows. Read more »

11/25/2013
LoJack's Diego Tebaldi To Deliver Keynote Address At INTERPOL Global Conference On Vehicle Crime

LoJack Corporation's (NASDAQ: LOJN) Senior Director of Global Government Regulatory Affairs, Diego Tebaldi, will be the opening keynote speaker at this week's INTERPOL Global Conference on Vehicle Crime. Following Secretary General Ronald Noble's welcome address, Tebaldi will speak to auto theft experts, attendees and representatives from approximately 60 countries on the state of auto theft as well as the global stolen vehicle recovery market. Read more »

10/31/2013
LoJack Corporation Reports Financial Results for Third Quarter of 2013

LoJack today reported consolidated revenue for the third quarter ended September 30, 2013 of $34.8 million, compared with $32.7 million in the third quarter of 2012. Read more »

10/30/2013
LoJack Launches Fleet Referral Program For Car Dealerships To Meet Demands Of Growing Fleet Telematics Market

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), a provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, today announced the launch of its Fleet Referral Program for auto dealerships. This new program, available immediately for all participating LoJack dealerships and the customers they serve, assists dealers in capitalizing on the growing fleet management market by incentivizing and supporting sales of LoJack Fleet Management Powered by TomTom. Read more »

10/28/2013
LoJack ‘Treats’ Car Owners with Top Tips to Avoid Car Theft ‘Tricks’ During Scariest Day of the Year

CANTON, Mass., October 28, 2013 – In preparation for Halloween, the most popular holiday for vehicle theft, LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) has announced tips for car owners to protect their vehicles. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau*, more than 2,300 vehicles were stolen on Halloween in 2011 (latest available data) – making it the most popular holiday for auto thieves and the scariest day of the year for car owners looking to protect their valuable assets. Read more »

10/4/2013
The International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) Names LoJack Law Enforcement Liaison Peter Perrien as Next President

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), a provider of vehicle theft recovery systems and advanced fleet management solutions, announced today that Peter Perrien was named the 62nd president of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI). Read more »

9/17/2013
LoJack Reinforces Commitment To Safe Driving And Encourages Drivers To Participate In "Drive 4 Pledges Day" On September 19

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), a provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, encourages customers to participate in "Drive 4 Pledges Day" on Thursday, September 19, 2013 as part of its global safe driving campaign. Read more »

8/6/2013
LoJack Corporation Reports Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results

LoJack today reported consolidated revenue for the second quarter ended June 30, 2013 of $33.7 million, compared with $31.7 million in the same quarter of the prior year. Read more »

8/5/2013
LoJack Launches Global Safe Driving Campaign

LoJack has announced a global safe driving campaign that is dedicated to improving the safety of every driver on the road today. To kick off the campaign, LoJack will create and distribute a range of interactive educational tools and creative content like infographics and e-booklets to the public as well as the company’s long-term partners in law enforcement and with automotive dealerships throughout the United States. Read more »

8/5/2013
LoJack To Expand Stolen Vehicle Recovery Capabilities Into New Mexico

LoJack today announced that it will be expanding its stolen vehicle recovery presence into the state of New Mexico. LoJack’s Stolen Vehicle Recovery Network will initially include tracking and recovering coverage in and around the cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces beginning in December 2013. Read more »

8/1/2013
LoJack Launches New Digital Learning Management System And Mobile Application For Dealers

LoJack Corporation announced today the launch of a new digital dealer training website, The LoJack Learning Management System. Read more »

7/8/2013
William R. Reagan, Founder of LoJack Corporation and Its Stolen Vehicle Recovery System, Dies at 78

William R. Reagan, the founder of LoJack Corporation and the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System that has been responsible for the recovery of more than 300,000 stolen vehicles worldwide, passed away on July 1, 2013 at the age of 78. Read more »

7/1/2013
July is National Vehicle Theft Protection Month

Throughout July, which is the top month of the year for vehicle theft in the U.S., IAATI and LoJack will collaborate on a number of educational initiatives to raise awareness around auto theft. Read more »

6/18/2013
LoJack Announces Election of Phil Horlock to Board of Directors

LoJack Corporation, a leading provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, today announced that transportation industry executive Phil Horlock has been elected to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. Read more »

6/4/2013
LoJack Adds Former Chicago Police Sergeant to Its Law Enforcement Liaison Team

LoJack Corporation, a leading provider of vehicle theft recovery and advanced fleet management solutions, announced today that veteran Chicago Police Sergeant Philip Cappitelli has joined the company’s Law Enforcement Liaison team. Read more »

5/2/2013
LoJack Corporation Reports Financial Results for First Quarter 2013

LoJack Corporation today reported financial results for the first quarter of 2013. Read more »

4/23/2013
LoJack Fleet Management Powered By TomTom Now Available; New Service Will Be Exhibited At NAFA 2013 Institute & Expo

LoJack Corporation announced it will be exhibiting its all-new LoJack Fleet Management Powered by TomTom service at this week’s NAFA 2013 Institute & Expo in Atlantic City. Read more »

3/21/2013
LoJack Releases Fourth Annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report

LoJack Corporation today released its fourth annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report*, which reviews auto theft trends over the past year that are specific to vehicles equipped with a LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System. Read more »

2/27/2013
LoJack Corporation Reports Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2012

LoJack Corporation today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and 12 months ended December 31, 2012. Read more »

2/14/2013
LoJack Executives Share Corporate Vision for Automotive Dealerships at NADA Convention and Expo

At last week’s NADA Convention & Expo, LoJack Corporation began sharing details associated with how it is continuing to invest in and expand the ways it will work with its dealership network in 2013 and beyond. Read more »

2/14/2013
LoJack Unveils Details Around New Fleet Management Offerings for Automotive Dealerships at NADA Convention and Expo

Last week at the NADA Convention & Expo, LoJack Corporation the company that created the stolen vehicle recovery market, announced details surrounding its new fleet telematics solutions for automotive dealerships. Read more »

2/11/2013
LoJack Names Emad Isaac Chief Technology Officer

LoJack Corporation, the company that created the Stolen Vehicle Recovery market, has appointed Emad Isaac as Chief Technology Officer. Read more »

2/9/2013
LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System Helps Make Significant Recoveries & Busts in the U.S., Canada and Italy

LoJack today announced at NADA several recent and significant stolen vehicle recoveries in the United States, Canada and Italy. Read more »

1/28/2013
LoJack Names Former Ford Motor Co. Executive Hal Dewsnap as Senior Vice President/General Manager of U.S. Sales

LoJack Corporation, the company that created the Stolen Vehicle Recovery market, today announced the appointment of Hal Dewsnap as Senior Vice President/General Manager of U.S. Sales. He replaces Kevin Mullins, who will continue with the Company and assist in the transition. Read more »

1/24/2013
LoJack & TomTom Form Strategic Alliance to Combine Fleet Management and Vehicle Protection Services

LoJack Corporation, the company that invented the Stolen Vehicle Recovery market, has entered into a strategic alliance with TomTom, Inc., the world's leading supplier of location and navigation products and services. Read more »

1/22/2013
LoJack Elects Former Bowne & Company Executive David J. Shea to the Board of Directors

LoJack today announced the election of David J. Shea, 57, the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bowne & Company, to the Board of Directors. Read more »

12/20/2012
LoJack Corporation Announces Its Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries Of 2012

– LoJack Corporation today announced its top 10 auto theft recoveries of 2012. From recovering stolen vehicles concealed in shipping containers bound for exportation overseas, to apprehending criminals who terrorized an elderly man, these stories demonstrate how the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System continues to be highly effective for stolen vehicle recovery after helping recover more than $100 million in stolen assets in 2012. Read more »

12/20/2012
LoJack Corporation Reveals Its Top Five Construction Equipment Theft Recoveries of 2012

LoJack Corporation today revealed its top five construction equipment theft recoveries of 2012. From stolen equipment that was bound for exportation overseas to those that were cleverly concealed in the deep woods, these recovery stories demonstrate how LoJack is the most effective system for protecting construction equipment from today’s clever professional thieves. Read more »

12/20/2012
LoJack Corporation Reveals the Top Five Motorcycle Theft Recovery Stories of the Year

LoJack Corporation today revealed its top five stolen motorcycle recovery stories of 2012. From tracking down a Harley wrapped in aluminum foil—really!—to finding stolen bikes hidden inside stolen vans to apprehending well know motorcycle thieves, these stories demonstrate how the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System continues to be the most effective system today for protecting bikes from the clever – and not so clever – tactics of today’s bike thieves. Read more »

12/11/2012
LoJack Corporation Enters Agreement With Galpin Ford, World’s Largest Ford Dealership

LoJack Corporation today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Galpin Ford, the world’s largest Ford dealership for 22 consecutive years, to install the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System on Galpin’s fleet of vehicles. Read more »

11/20/2012
LoJack Corporation Issues Vehicle Theft Trendwatch Based on FBI's Uniform Crime Report

While the FBI’s newly released 2011 Uniform Crime Report* indicated that vehicle theft in the U.S. decreased again for the year, a close look at the numbers reveals several troubling trends including the lowest national recovery rate of stolen vehicles since 1981 and significant vehicle theft increases in several states and MSAs (Metropolitan Statistical Areas). Read more »

11/1/2012
LoJack Corporation Reports Financial Results for the Third Quarter of 2012

LoJack Corporation, the global leader in finding and recovering a wide range of mobile assets including cars, construction equipment and motorcycles, today reported financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2012. Read more »

10/2/2012
LoJack Recovery System Leads North Carolina Police to Bust Large Chop Shop Operation

LoJack Corporation today announced that the recovery of a stolen 2002 Toyota 4Runner SR5 equipped with a LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System led North Carolina law enforcement to bust a large chop shop operation involving 24 stolen vehicles, four wrecker trucks and stolen parts from at least 50 vehicles. Read more »

9/19/2012
LoJack's Self-Powered Recovery System for Construction Equipment Named Among Top 50 New Products

Readers of Equipment Today magazine have named LoJack® Corporation’s new self-powered Stolen Vehicle Recovery System for construction equipment one of the “Contractors’ Top 50 New Products of the Year,” as announced this week by the Cygnus publication. Read more »

8/13/2012
LoJack Corporation Forms Corporate Development Department to Help Drive Company's Growth Strategy

LoJack Corporation has formed a Corporate Development Department to proactively explore, prioritize and execute new business opportunities. As part of this initiative, the company has appointed Douglas F. Flood, a seasoned executive in strategic business expansion, to the position of Vice President of the new department. Read more »

8/6/2012
LoJack Corporation Reports Second Quarter 2012 Results

U.S. revenue increased 6% as the domestic business remained strong. Domestic dealer unit volume was up 8% over the second quarter of 2011. International economic and trade tensions dampened revenue growth. Read more »

6/26/2012
July 4th Holiday Kicks Off Hottest Season For Vehicle Theft and National Vehicle Theft Protection Month

According to the FBI, July and August are the "hottest" months for vehicle theft. As the July 4th holiday-which has the one of the highest incidences of vehicle theft of all national holidays*- approaches, LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) and the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) are embarking on an education effort - National Vehicle Theft Protection Month - to help owners protect their cars, motorcycles, construction equipment and commercial vehicles from today's professional thieves. Read more »

6/13/2012
LoJack Releases Annual Construction Equipment Theft Study Report

LoJack Corporation today announced the results of its 12th annual Construction Equipment Theft Study*, providing valuable information on the ongoing issue of equipment theft with annual estimates of the cost of equipment theft varying between $300 million to $1 billion annually**. Read more »

5/23/2012
LoJack Helps Law Enforcement Make Two Great Rescues In One Week

Thanks to a pair of services from LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) and its subsidiary LoJack SafetyNet, law enforcement agencies on opposite coasts of the U.S. were able to make two great saves this week, rescuing two young kidnapped children who were inside a stolen Lexus in Burien, WA, and an elderly Marshfield, MA man with Alzheimer’s who wandered from his home and was stuck in a marsh. Read more »

5/1/2012
LoJack Corporation Reports First Quarter 2012 Results

LoJack today reported its financial results for the three month period ended March 31, 2012. The company reported that consolidated revenue for the first quarter of 2012 was $34.3 million, up 13.1% from $30.3 million in the same quarter last year. Read more »

5/1/2012
LoJack Launches “Arrow Car” Consumer Promotion to Highlight Effectiveness of Finding Stolen Vehicle with LoJack System

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), the company that invented and leads the Stolen Vehicle Recovery category, today announced the kick-off of a new consumer promotion. Designed to showcase the effectiveness of the LoJack System in helping police to find and recover a stolen vehicle, the centerpiece of the promotion is vehicles equipped with a giant arrow on top and the message, "LoJack Finds Cars. Prove You Can Too for a Chance to Win." The promotion, which was developed in collaboration with The VIA Agency, Ad Age's 2011 Small Agency of the Year, includes online, on-the-street and at-the-dealership components, and features a suite of prizes, including a technology makeover grand prize. Read more »

4/11/2012
Theft Trendwatch: Thieves Use GPS on Stolen Car to Locate Owner’s Residence and Burglarize It

A recent recovery in Medina, WA, in which police used LoJack Police Tracking Computers to find and recover a stolen Lexus, demonstrates how today's car thieves are using in-vehicle technology, like GPS navigation systems, to find an owner's residence, enter and burglarize it. Read more »

3/6/2012
LoJack Releases Third Annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report

LoJack today released its third annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report, highlighting results from its 2011 recoveries that provide valuable information on the ongoing issue of auto theft. In 2011, the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System helped law enforcement in the U.S. recover 10,261 stolen vehicles. Read more »

2/21/2012
LoJack Corporation Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Results

LoJack today reported its financial results for the three and twelve-month periods ended December 31, 2011 Read more »

2/6/2012
LoJack Announces New Self-Powered Stolen Vehicle Recovery System for Construction Equipment & Commercial Vehicles

LoJack today introduced its next generation, ruggedized Stolen Vehicle Recovery System for construction equipment and commercial vehicles at the American Rental Association’s “The Rental Show” in New Orleans, LA. Read more »

12/27/2011
LoJack Names Its Top Five Motorcycle Recoveries of the Year

LoJack today revealed the top five stolen motorcycle recoveries of 2011. From busting chop shops and recovering a bike stolen from a soldier recently back from Afghanistan to arresting thieves, these stories demonstrate how LoJack continues to be the most effective system today for protecting motorcycles from theft Read more »

12/27/2011
LoJack Names Its Top Five Construction Equipment Theft Recoveries of the Year

LoJack today revealed the top five construction equipment theft recoveries of 2011. From busting chop shops to getting the bad guys behind these crimes and their weapons off the streets, LoJack continues to be the most effective system for protecting construction equipment from today’s sophisticated professional thieves. Read more »

12/21/2011
LoJack for Motorcycles Helps Recover Stolen Harley For Returning Soldier

LoJack today announced that its LoJack for Motorcycles System helped recover a stolen 2009 Harley Davidson Soft Tail motorcycle for an Army National Guardsman who had just returned from deployment in Afghanistan. Read more »

12/21/2011
LoJack Announces Its Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2011

LoJack today announced its top 10 auto theft recoveries of 2011. From tracking down multiple carjackers and a kidnapper to recovering vehicles from inside garages and steel shipping containers, these stories demonstrate how LoJack continues to be the most effective system today for stolen vehicle recovery. Read more »

12/15/2011
New Year’s Day Ranks as the Top Holiday for Vehicle Theft

New Year’s Day continues to rank as the most popular holiday for vehicle theft, according to the latest data form the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). In 2010, car thieves rang in the New Year by stealing 2,347 vehicles (that’s one vehicle stolen every 36.8 seconds). Read more »

12/9/2011
LoJack Awards $25,000 to Winner of Company’s 25th Anniversary Sweepstakes Contest

To help commemorate 25 years in business, LoJack today presented Darvin Nomann of Tempe, AZ with the grand prize in the company’s 25th Anniversary Sweepstakes Contest that ran from July 5 to Oct. 10, 2011. Mr. Nomann was presented with a $25,000 check at a ceremony that took place at the Lexus of Chandler dealership, where he registered to enter the contest. Read more »

12/5/2011
LoJack Reactivates Stock Repurchase Plan

LoJack today announced that on November 23, 2011 it reactivated its previously announced stock repurchase plan and began repurchasing shares thereunder. Prior to commencing the most recent repurchases, LoJack had remaining authority from its Board of Directors to repurchase up to 1,681,778 shares of common stock under its repurchase plan, but had not repurchased any shares since 2008. Read more »

11/7/2011
LoJack Corporation Reports Third Quarter 2011 Results

LoJack Corporation today reported its financial results for the three and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2011. The company reported that consolidated revenue for the third quarter of 2011 was $34.5 million, down 10.4% from $38.5 million in the same quarter last year. Read more »

10/17/2011
LoJack Corporation Appoints Auto Industry Veteran Randy L. Ortiz as CEO and President; Donald R. Peck Named EVP and CFO

LoJack today announced the appointment of Randy L. Ortiz, a recognized auto industry veteran with nearly 30 years of experience at Ford Motor Company, as Chief Executive Officer and President. LoJack also named Donald R. Peck, a Chief Financial Officer, CPA and attorney with more than 30 years of business experience, as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Read more »

9/21/2011
Sophisticated Tactics of Organized Car Thieves Drive Drop in National Recovery Rate of Stolen Vehicles

Recent LoJack Success Stories Demonstrate Systems’ Ability to Defeat Thieves and Return Stolen Vehicles to Owners Read more »

8/23/2011
LoJack Offers Early Warning Notification Feature to Protect Classic Cars & Other Specialty Vehicles in the Event of Theft

LoJack today announced that its highly effective Early Warning notification feature is now available for the LoJack for Classics Stolen Vehicle Recovery System. Early Warning offers advanced theft protection by contacting classic car and specialty vehicle owners regardless of where they are in up to five different ways – via home phone, work phone, cell phone, e-mail and text message – if their vehicle is moved without permission. Early Warning can significantly reduce the time between theft discovery and vehicle recovery. Read more »

8/15/2011
LoJack SafetyNet Offers Free Tracking and Rescue Devices to Help Protect People at Risk of Wandering

In an effort to provide valuable protection to individuals at risk of wandering and as part of the celebration of its 25th anniversary, LoJack Corporation and its wholly-owned subsidiary LoJack SafetyNet, Inc. are offering 1,500 free SafetyNet devices for a limited time only Read more »

8/2/2011
LoJack Corporation Reports Second Quarter 2011 Results

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ GS: “LOJN”) today reported solid year over year growth in bottom line profitability and cash generation on lower than expected revenue for the quarter ended June 30, 2011 as compared to the quarter ended June 30, 2010.  Consolidated revenue for the second quarter of 2011 was $33.5 million, down 10% from $37.4 million in the same quarter of the prior year. Read more »

7/12/2011
LoJack Celebrates 25th Anniversary

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), the company that created the stolen vehicle recovery market, celebrates its 25th anniversary this July. A venerable brand, LoJack has entered into the nation’s vernacular. With a nearly 90 percent name recognition, the brand has literally become synonymous with “all things recovery.” Since the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System was first introduced in 1986, more than 300,000 stolen cars, SUVs, light trucks, motorcycles, heavy equipment and construction equipment worth nearly $4 billion USD have been recovered globally. Plus, at a time when the national recovery rate for stolen vehicles is at a 25+ year low—nearly 57 percent—the recovery rate for stolen LoJack-equipped assets that are reported stolen remains at 90 percent. Read more »

6/22/2011
First Week of Summer Kicks Off Hottest Season for Vehicle Theft

Summer is the hottest season of the year for vehicle theft, with July and August ranking as the highest auto theft months of the year, and July 4th in particular ranking #3 (latest FBI data) on the list of holidays with the highest incidents of vehicle theft. In order to help owners protect their vehicles from today’s sophisticated professional car thieves -- particularly while they are out on their summer drive vacations -- the National Insurance Crime Bureau and LoJack Corporation are embarking on their fifth annual National Vehicle Theft Protection Month effort. Read more »

6/16/2011
LoJack System Leads Police to Bust Commercial Theft Ring Involving Stolen Equipment Worth $226,500

LoJack Corporation today announced that a stolen 2006 Sullair Compressor equipped with the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System led law enforcement in Southern California to bust a large commercial theft ring involving a total of 13 pieces of stolen equipment valued at $226,500. While the investigation is ongoing, a suspect has been arrested. Read more »

5/3/2011
LoJack Reports First Quarter 2011 Results

LoJack today reported consolidated revenue of $30.3 million for the first quarter ended March 31, 2011 compared to $30.8 million in the same quarter of the prior year. Revenue in the company's North America segment was $22.4 million, while revenue for its International segment was $7.2 million. Read more »

4/28/2011
Plymouth County Sheriff, Local PDs Partner to Bring SafetyNet Service to Community

A new service that works directly with local law enforcement and is designed for people with autism and Alzheimer’s who are at risk of wandering is now available in almost every corner of Plymouth County. The Sheriff’s Department, local police departments and LoJack SafetyNet have worked together to bring the SafetyNet by LoJack service to a majority of communities in Plymouth County. Read more »

4/22/2011
SafetyNet Service Now Available in Miami-Dade

LoJack SafetyNet, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of LoJack Corporation, today announced that its SafetyNet service is now available in Miami-Dade County. The SafetyNet service helps caregivers provide an added layer of protection for loved ones with cognitive conditions such as autism and Alzheimer’s from the life-threatening behavior of wandering. Read more »

4/13/2011
LoJack Releases Second Annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report

LoJack released its second annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report, highlighting results from its 2010 recoveries that provide valuable information on the ongoing issue of vehicle theft. In 2010, the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System helped law enforcement recover 10,649 stolen vehicles. Hondas topped the list of imports, with the 2000 Honda Civic ranking as LoJack’s most stolen vehicle recovered. GMs were the most recovered domestic vehicles. Read more »

3/31/2011
LoJack SafetyNet, Inc. Participates in Autism Awareness Events in Greater Boston, Philadelphia and Miami Areas

As part of its education initiative and in recognition that April is National Autism Awareness Month, LoJack SafetyNet, Inc. is participating in several autism awareness events in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, the Greater Philadelphia area and the Greater Miami area. Read more »

3/23/2011
72-Year-Old Woman with Alzheimer’s Located Approximately Eight Blocks Away From Home by Philadelphia Police Department Using SafetyNet by LoJack System

The Philadelphia Police Department had their first SafetyNet rescue after a 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s was found after being reported missing. Detectives with the Philadelphia Police Department used their SafetyNet Search and Rescue Receivers to locate the woman who had wandered eight blocks away from her home and was sitting inside of an unlocked vehicle parked on the side of a main street. Read more »

3/21/2011
LoJack System Helps Police on Both Coasts Recover Stolen Vehicles Taken During Home Burglaries

In the past week alone, LoJack's Stolen Vehicle Recovery System helped police on both coasts recover several stolen vehicles – including two Porsche Carreras – that were stolen during home burglaries. The three home burglaries involving vehicle theft took place in California, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Read more »

2/24/2011
400th Chop Shop in Southern California Busted by LoJack

LoJack celebrated its 400th chop shop bust in Southern California, after the Long Beach Police Department recovered a stolen 2001 Acura Integra, which led them to several chop shops, the recovery of eight stolen vehicles and the arrest of seven suspects. Read more »

2/16/2011
LoJack Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End 2010 Results

LoJack today reported that consolidated revenue for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2010 increased 12% to $40.0 million, from $35.6 million in the same quarter of the prior year Read more »

2/15/2011
LoJack Elects Two New Directors to the Board

LoJack today announced it has elected two new directors to the LoJack Board, effective February 22, 2011: Gary E. Dilts and Marcia J. Hooper, who both bring highly relevant expertise to the Board. Mr. Dilts is an automotive industry veteran, with more than 35 years of experience in sales, operations and auto dealer relations. Read more »

1/26/2011
New Service That Helps Police Find and Rescue People Who Wander Now Available in Boston

LoJack SafetyNet, Inc. today announced at a press conference that its SafetyNet service is now available in the city of Boston. SafetyNet by LoJack helps caregivers provide an added layer of protection for loved ones with cognitive conditions such as autism and Alzheimer’s from the life-threatening behavior of wandering. The service also provides public safety agencies with the tools and training to more effectively find and rescue those individuals if they wander and go missing. Read more »

12/20/2010
LoJack Announces Its Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2010

LoJack announced its top 10 auto theft recovery stories of 2010. From tracking down an alleged murderer in a stolen vehicle equipped with LoJack, to busting chop shops, to recovering police bait cars, to recovering a vehicle for the ninth time, these stories demonstrate LoJack’s effectiveness. Read more »

12/20/2010
LoJack Reveals Its Top Five Stolen Motorcycle Recovery Stories of the Year

LoJack revealed its top five motorcycle theft recovery stories of 2010. Its system was instrumental in busting chop shops, recovering stolen bikes in just minutes and foiling thieves who used fraudulent means. Read more »

12/20/2010
LoJack Reveals Its Top Five Construction Equipment Theft Recovery Stories of the Year

LoJack revealed its top five construction equipment theft recovery stories of 2010. They featured major theft ring busts, burglary busts and the arresting of the thieves behind these crimes. Read more »

12/9/2010
First LoJack for Classics-Equipped Stolen Vehicle Recovered

LoJack, the company that invented the stolen vehicle recovery market, today announced that police recovered the first stolen classic car equipped with a LoJack for Classics system. The 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu, valued at approximately $20,000, was reported stolen on Sunday, December 5 in Vallejo, CA and tracked down – just one hour after LoJack for Classics was activated. Read more »

12/8/2010
LoJack Alert Reveals Growing Trend of Dealerships Across the Country Being Targeted by Car Thieves

LoJack today released its first Vehicle Theft Alert, which revealed that auto theft from car dealership lots has escalated over the past two months. Between September 21 and November 23, 2010, there were at least 12 instances – in nine different states – of dealer lot theft foiled by the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System. Read more »

11/2/2010
November is National Alzheimer's Awareness Month

Expert Scott Martin, Law Enforcement Director for SafetyNet, speaks to the dangerous issue of wandering and provides valuable tips that will help keep Alzheimer’s patients safe and offer peace of mind to their caregivers. This effort is part of SafetyNet’s education initiative to help protect people with this debilitating disease. Read more »

10/27/2010
LoJack Reports Third Quarter 2010 Results

LoJack today reported that consolidated revenue for the third quarter ended September 30, 2010 increased 7% to $38.5 million. Read more »

10/22/2010
Tennessee Titans' Defensive Tackle Jovan Haye Has His 2010 Land Rover Stolen; Vehicle Recovered by LoJack in Less Than Two Hours

Tennessee Titans’ Defensive Tackle Jovan Haye's 2010 Land Rover was stolen on Monday from a dealership while it was being serviced. Fortunately, his vehicle was equipped with LoJack and the Land Rover was recovered in just 92 minutes by Metro Nashville Airport police with no damage except a few surface paint scratches. Read more »

10/22/2010
Elderly Man with Alzheimer’s Rescued Within 35 Minutes by Hillsborough County Sherriff’s Office Using SafetyNet by LoJack System

On October 27, a 75-year-old male resident of Hillsborough County who has Alzheimer’s disease went out for a walk with his wife, went missing and did not return home. Upon realizing that he was missing, his wife immediately called 911. Within only 30 minutes, ground units equipped with LoJack Search and Rescue Receivers picked up a signal from the missing man’s bracelet and ultimately rescued the man. Read more »

9/27/2010
LoJack Offers Stolen Vehicle Recovery System Designed Specifically to Protect Classic Cars

LoJack, the company that invented the stolen vehicle recovery market, today announced LoJack for Classics, a stolen vehicle recovery system that is specially designed to meet the unique requirements of classic cars and help owners protect the investment they make in these one-of-a-kind vehicles. Read more »

9/14/2010
FBI Releases 2009 Crime Statistic Report; Recovery Rate of Stolen Vehicles is at a 25-Year Low

While the FBI’s newly released 2009 Crime Statistics report indicates that the national vehicle theft rate is decreasing, LoJack Corporation cautions consumers that the national recovery rate is at its lowest point in 25 years. In fact, 43.2 percent of cars and trucks stolen in 2009 were never recovered. Read more »

8/24/2010
LoJack's "Hottest" Stolen Vehicle Recoveries of the Summer

It has been a summer of “hot” stolen vehicle recoveries across the country. The recoveries announced by LoJack feature the fraudulent use of credit cards, a car-jacking, a chop shop operation and a car targeted for parts. Read more »

8/4/2010
LoJack Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results

LoJack today reported consolidated revenue for the second quarter ended June 30, 2010 increased 6% to $37.4 million, from $35.4 million in the same quarter of the prior year. Revenue in the company’s North America segment increased 4% to $25.8 million for the quarter and revenue in the company’s international segment increased 3% to $10.3 million. The company’s other businesses, particularly SafetyNet and Supply Chain Integrity, also contributed to the overall 6% increase in consolidated revenue for the second quarter. Read more »

6/29/2010
July 4th Weekend Kicks off Hottest Season for Vehicle Theft

This is the hottest season of the year for vehicle theft with July and August ranking as the highest months for theft. Moreover, the national rate of vehicles stolen and not recovered is at its highest point in more than 20 years, with sophisticated thieves making a big business out of vehicle theft. To help drivers keep their vehicles safe from theft while they are on the road this summer, LoJack and NICB are embarking on their fourth annual education initiative, which kicks off this July during “National Vehicle Theft Protection Month.” Read more »

6/25/2010
LoJack Announces Strategic Restructuring and Workforce Reduction

LoJack reported today that it has restructured the company’s operations and reduced staffing to maintain and strengthen the company’s position in the marketplace. These initiatives principally affect the company’s corporate headquarters and field sales organization. The approximately $1.8 million charge related to these cost reductions will be reflected in the second quarter of this year and provide a benefit of approximately $3.5 million over the remainder of 2010, with an annualized benefit of approximately $6.8 million beginning in 2011. The work force reductions are expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2010. Read more »

6/2/2010
Construction Equipment Theft Remains Major Issue for Today's Business Owners, LoJack Annual Theft Study Reveals

LoJack today announced the results of its tenth annual Construction Equipment Theft Study in a report that provides valuable information on the ongoing issue of equipment theft—a problem that collectively cost owners 13,452* stolen pieces of equipment in 2009, 82 percent of which were never recovered. According to the study, which analyzed LoJack stolen vehicle recovery reports for 2009, construction theft continued to be driven by organized crime rings, with towables being the top theft target. Read more »

5/26/2010
Memorial Day Ranks as One of the Top Holidays for Vehicle Theft

According to the National Crime Information Center’s (NCIC) latest data, 2,599 vehicles were stolen on Memorial Day in 2008, making it the fifth most targeted holiday for vehicle theft. The AAA forecasts that 32.1 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles away from home this Memorial Day weekend—providing a wealth of targets for today’s sophisticated car thieves. Read more »

5/24/2010
LoJack Names Richard T. Riley Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer

LoJack reported today that Richard T. Riley, previously Executive Chairman of the Board, has become Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer. Ronald V. Waters resigned as Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of LoJack effective May 24, 2010, for personal reasons. Read more »

5/17/2010
LoJack Notes that While Vehicle Theft Declines, National Recovery Rate of Stolen Vehicles Reaches 20+ Year High

While the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s (NICB’s) Hot Spots release issued today indicates that the national vehicle theft rate declined for the sixth consecutive year, LoJack Corporation cautions consumers that the national recovery rate is at its lowest point in over 20 years. In fact, 43 percent of vehicles stolen in 2008 (latest FBI data) were never recovered, amounting to 411,444 stolen vehicles not returned to their rightful owners. Read more »

4/22/2010
LoJack Launches Stolen Vehicle Recovery System in Utah

LoJack today announced that its Stolen Vehicle Recovery System is now available to consumers in the greater Salt Lake City area. With the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System entering Utah and greater Salt Lake City, vehicle owners now can have a proven solution that enables police to recover their vehicle if stolen. Read more »

3/25/2010
April is National Autism Awareness Month

In recognition that April is National Autism Awareness Month and to address a top concern among parents about wandering or “bolting,” LoJack today launched SafetyNetSource, its new information and resource center. SafetyNetSource (www.safetynetsource.com) offers a variety of valuable resources for caregivers of those with autism or Alzheimer’s, compelling content from across the web, access to the SafetyNetSource Twitter feed and YouTube channel, as well as a Facebook page to help caregivers communicate with one another and engage in a community of support. Read more »

3/3/2010
LoJack Corporation Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End 2009 Results

LoJack reported today that revenue for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2009 declined 26% to $35.6 million, from $48.2 million in the same quarter a year ago. The net loss attributable to LoJack Corporation for the fourth quarter of 2009 was $2.3 million or $0.13 per diluted share, compared to net income attributable to LoJack Corporation of $0.2 million or $0.01 per diluted share in the same quarter a year ago. Read more »

2/18/2010
LoJack Releases Auto Theft Recovery Report

LoJack today released its first Auto Theft Recovery Report, highlighting results from LoJack’s 2009 recoveries. The report provides valuable information regarding the ongoing issue of auto theft, which according to the FBI’s latest theft data (2008) remains a major issue despite a declining number of thefts. In 2009, LoJack had a 90 percent success rate recovering 11,382 LoJack-equipped stolen vehicles valued at nearly $133 million. Read more »

2/18/2010
LoJack Corp. Announces Retirement of General Counsel Thomas A. Wooters

LoJack announced today that Thomas A. Wooters has retired from the position of Executive Vice President and General Counsel. Mr. Wooters will remain with the company in a part time capacity as Vice President of Regulatory Strategy. He is succeeded by Kathleen P. Lundy as Vice President and General Counsel. Read more »

2/16/2010
Lojack Corp. Announces Management Succession

The Board of Directors of LoJack announced that Richard T. Riley will retire as Chairman of the Board of Directors, a position he has held since 2006, effective May 20, 2010. Mr. Riley will remain a member of the Board of Directors. Ronald V. Waters, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, will become Chairman of the Board of Directors on May 20, 2010. Read more »

2/4/2010
Media Advisory: Across the Country, Numerous Incidents Reported of People with Alzheimer's Wandering Off and Tragically Dying

LoJack SafetyNet Expert Offers Tips on How to Keep Loved Ones Safe From Life-Threatening Wandering. Read more »

1/15/2010
Three Major Recoveries in Three Days Highlight the Effectiveness of the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System

LoJack today announced three major recoveries in the past week in Southern California, which resulted in the rescue of a four-year-old child, the recovery of more than $1,000,000 worth of construction equipment and vehicles, and the arrest of two car thieves Read more »

1/5/2010
LoJack Corporation Enters Into a $30 Million Multi-Currency Credit Agreement

LoJack reported today that on December 29, 2009 the company entered into a multi-currency revolving credit agreement for USD$30 million, replacing its prior multi-currency credit agreement. Read more »

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