MILAN, Ill. -- Eagle Food Centers here will roll out chainwide a check authorization system that reduced the number of bad checks by 50% at 22 stores in a pilot program. Eagle Food will bring 31 Chicago-area stores on-line to the check authorization network in December, and all remaining stores in January 1995, a company official said. All checklanes will be equipped with "microreaders" for scanning checks, along with new software applications for each store mainframe. Though the rollout ...

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