NEW YORK -- Cracking down on employee and consumer theft in a bid to recapture lost profits will command enormous industry interest in the year ahead. Retailers and wholesalers, already in a fierce battle to cut losses due to theft, will significantly expand their loss prevention efforts in 1997. Nearly two-thirds of distributors said they plan to launch or expand their loss prevention program in 1997, up from just over 50% with similar plans for 1996. In terms of loss prevention systems ...

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