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The U.S. Navy Exchange—Loss Prevention with a Family Touch, Global Reach

Here is a quick quiz—Name a multi-billion-dollar global retailer that is consistently profitable, has had only one owner in 200 years, offers attractive wages and benefits (medical/dental/life...
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EAS Merchandise Protection Strategy

In recent years, Gap Inc. has implemented a number of electronic article surveillance (EAS) solutions, including in-store applied hard and alarming tags, factory-applied source/soft...
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Targeting Return and Other Retail Fraud

Since opening its first store in 1962, Target has set itself apart from other discount retailers by differentiating itself as a design leader with fresh and...
Considerations for Evaluating EAS Source-Tagging Programs

Considerations for Evaluating EAS Source-Tagging Programs

While electronic article surveillance (EAS) has become pervasive in the US retail market, there are still a large number of retailers that have yet...
Self-Checkout Reaches Critical Mass

Self-Checkout Reaches Critical Mass

David R. Humble got the idea as he stood in a long grocery checkout line in south Florida in 1984. The customer in front of...
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The Human Factor

In a merger completed just over a year ago joining two of the largest office supply product companies, Boise Office Solutions and OfficeMax, a lot of...

Made from Scratch

In the summer of 1969, Dan Evins came up with his old country store idea while driving his family down to the Atlanta (Georgia) Zoo. The...
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2005 Technology Preview

EDITOR’S NOTE: As loss prevention departments plan for 2005, many of you may wonder what new technologies or products will be available in the...

Product Protection—Beyond EAS

What we are attempting to do is add to the tools and practices that will not only move CVS/pharmacy, but the entire retail loss prevention industry forward in...
The Economics of EAS

The Economics of EAS

Specialty apparel and department store retailers are having difficulty expanding  electronic article surveillance (EAS) programs to take advantage of source tagging. Only a few...

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