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Today, the Retail Industry Leaders Association, welcomed the 116th Congress by launching an ambitious retail-focused policy agenda for 2019. As the trade association for...
Amazon Go, Toys "R" Us, and holiday shoplifting prevention were all top of mind for readers interested in the retail industry category in 2018.
Happy New Year! This is the time of year when everyone's getting organized for 2019. Let LPM help you find your next networking opportunity, retail technology expo, or training course.
LP success stories, the world of loss prevention according to Paul Jones, and undercover vs. visible LP — these are the topics that drew the attention of retail security readers in 2018.
In 2018, readers wanted to know more about Walmart asset protection, the roles of women in LP, and the life and legacy of Bob MacLea.
We all know that volunteering is a good thing for furthering our careers in loss prevention in terms of visibility to company leadership and demonstrating that you are willing to go above and beyond. However, many people who volunteer don’t truly participate.
Please join us in congratulating the following individuals on their recent career moves and promotions.
At a recent panel, moderator Kevin Lynch spoke thoughtfully with Mike Lamb, LPC, vice president of asset protection for The Kroger Co.; Cathy Langley, LPC, senior director of asset protection for Rite Aid; and Mark Stinde, MBA, LPC, vice president of asset protection for 7-Eleven.
Lisa LaBruno, formerly senior vice president of retail operations, will now serve as executive vice president of retail operations as part of the Retail Industry Leaders Association's (RILA) move to prepare the association for a rapidly changing retail industry.
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