Improvements in loss prevention technology may be coming just in time for the supermarket industry. Not only are individual applications getting better, but they are now merging to produce new ways to reduce shrink. The bottom line: A new era for loss prevention is under way that retailers say should help them weather a sluggish and uncertain economy. "Without a doubt, technology is getting better," said Al Hrubeniuk, director of loss prevention services for Smart & Final Stores, Los ...

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