Electronic shelf labels have had a checkered career in retail since their introduction in the 1980s. To date, Connecticut remains the primary stronghold for installation of ESLs, owing to a state law that waives item pricing for ESL-equipped stores. Still, the labels, which receive pricing information electronically from the back room, have always promised labor savings compared to paper label changes, and remain on the retail radar. Recently, a few new vendors have gotten into the act, ...

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