Greening self-service: Eco-friendly manufacturing

This is the second article in a two-part series examining the self-service industry's efforts to help consumers — and itself — make a lighter environmental impact on the planet.

Treasury considers changes to U.S. banknotes

In a move that could have far-reaching effect on operators of ATMs and kiosk and self-service devices that accept cash, the federal government is considering changing the size of U.S. paper currency.

Diebold announces 57th straight uptick in annual dividends

Diebold Inc.'s board of directors on Thursday declared a first-quarter cash dividend of 27 cents per share on all common shares. The new cash dividend, which represents $1.08 per share on an annual basis, is an increase of 3.8 percent...

Diebold sells U.S. voting kiosk business, still owns Brazilian elections arm

After years of attempting to shed its controversial U.S. voting kiosk business, Diebold has announced the sale of Premier Election Solutions Inc. to a leading company in the space.

Diebold stepping up environmental efforts

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Historically mindful of resource consumption across its manufacturing division, Diebold Inc. is stepping up efforts to strengthen its environmental performance on a broader scale and to positively align conservation strategies with those of customers around the world and the global community.

Diebold CFO steps down in connection with SEC investigation into financial reporting

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Diebold Inc. announced Wednesday that Kevin J.

Shakeup as Diebold security division reorganizes leadership

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Diebold Inc. is making leadership changes as part of an organizational realignment within its security division.

Controversy over Diebold voting machines continues

An investigation by the California secretary of state claims that Diebold's voting kiosks contain a delete button for audit logs.

Celebrating 150 years, Diebold's new mission statement reflects founder's values

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — When Carl Diebold came to the United States in the mid-1800s from Germany, he was determined to use his locksmith skills to build some of the most secure safes in America. This year, Diebold is celebrating...

Diebold sees 4Q sales drop; full-year profits rise

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Despite a 2008 fourth quarter that saw a decline in sales from 2007's numbers, Diebold Inc. reported a slight increase in full-year profit compared to 2007.

United Technologies withdraws unsolicited bid for Diebold

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Diebold Inc. says United Technologies Corp.

ATM, kiosk functions merge

ATMs cross the kiosk space to build revenue.

KioskCom Las Vegas wraps

EyeSite kiosk sticks out among the record number of exhibitors.

United Technologies Corp. makes bid for Diebold

The New York Times: The United Technologies Corp. made public on Sunday an unsolicited $3 billion bid for Diebold, one of the largest makers of automated teller machines and voting machines.

BREAKING: Diebold rejects offer from United Technologies

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Diebold Inc. announced this afternoon that its board of directors has unanimously rejected United Technologies Corp.'s unsolicited proposal to acquire Diebold. According to a statement released by Diebold, the company's board of directors has recommended that...

Diebold online store may reveal e-voting security flaw

CNET Imagine if all it took to get inside widely-used Diebold electronic voting kiosks — perhaps with malicious intentions, such as installing tally-altering software on its memory card — was a photograph of the key to the system's physical...

Rent-A-Center signs with Diebold for cash recyclers

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Rent-A-Center, a rent-to-own company with more than 3,300 stores, has partnered with Diebold Inc. to install seven Diebold Express Cash Recyclers as part of an agreement to purchase 500 units from Diebold over the next two and a half years.

Expo showcases new tech

Exhibitors showcase new tech, products during Self Service Expo.

Touchscreen voting continues slide

U.S. states turn back to optical scanning machines.

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