Tag Archives: National Retail Federation

Sounding Board: Gunning for a solution

For retailers, gun laws raise many questions and very few answers. It is Sunday morning and the supermarket is filled with parents and kids. … Continue reading

Posted in 2014 10 Article Archives, Columns

Sounding Board: Preparing for the worst

The recent terror attack at a mall in Nairobi, Kenya, has domestic retailers thinking more about store safety.  I got an interesting question via … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 11 Article Archives, Columns

Associations Launch Ad Campaign Against Patent Trolls

The Internet Association (IA), National Restaurant Association (NRA), National Retail Federation (NRF) and the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) launched a print and radio advertising … Continue reading

Posted in News

Organized Retail Crime on the Rise

Savvy, confident organized retail crime gangs – who steal billions of dollars worth of merchandise each year only to sell that merchandise online or … Continue reading

Posted in News

A game of cat and mouse

Every year thieves grow smarter, more organized and determined. To combat them retailers must remain a step ahead. Continue reading

Posted in 2013 03 Article Archives, Equipment, Design & Operations

ECR Software Corporation to Demonstrate New Consumer Checkout

ECR Software Corporation (ECRS) will be debuting its concept for a new consumer checkout experience at upcoming National Retail Federation (NRF) Annual Convention and EXPO, … Continue reading

Posted in Equipment, What's New

Hitting the bull’s eye

Famous for trendy apparel and home goods, Target is now scoring a direct hit with its “guests” with its PFresh format. Continue reading

Posted in 2012 05 Article Archives, Cover Stories