Denise Power

Articles by Denise Power
DISPUTE OVER Y2K LIABILITY IS RESOLVED OUT OF COURT 
CANTON, Mass. -- A closely watched year-2000 dispute between J. Baker here and Andersen Consulting was settled out of court following mediation that resulted
TECHNICAL STANDARDS FACTIONS ARE UNITING 
DENVER -- Retailers and technology vendors are working together to develop standard technical specifications that would enable point-of-sale systems to
RETAILER SETTLES YEAR-2000 LAWSUIT 
WARREN, Mich. -- Produce Palace, a food retailer here, received a $250,000 check as a settlement in the first year-2000 lawsuit brought by a merchant
MEIJER TO TEST SELF-CHECKOUT WITH EYE TO LARGER ROLLOUT 
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Meijer Inc. here will test eight, and perhaps up to 12, self-checkout stations in one hypermarket, in the largest single-store
Y2K FOCUS GETS SHARPER AS 500-DAY MARK PASSES 
NEW YORK -- With the countdown to Jan. 1, 2000 having just passed the 500-day mark Aug. 19, information technology executives from a variety of retailing
FINE-TUNING LOYALTY PROGRAMS 
Frequent-shopper programs are only just beginning to deliver on their immense promise to boost customer loyalty and hike profits -- key paybacks that
FUNNELING THE MESSAGE 
Retailers have a dizzying array of choices for in-store marketing, and the pressure is high to make the right choice. Time-starved consumers are spending
FRED MEYER INC. IS PREPARING FOR RAPID FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 
PORTLAND, ORE. -- Faced with a massive financial operations consolidation challenge, Fred Meyer Inc. here is planning to implement new technology that
WAL-MART: TECHNOLOGY PAYBACK IS IMPERATIVE 
NEW ORLEANS -- Dangerous trends are taking shape in the world of information technology, and much of the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of retail
WINN-DIXIE IS SET TO DOUBLE UNITS OFFERING SELF-CHECKOUT 
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Unlike some chains that have tested and then lost enthusiasm for customer self-checkout technology, Winn-Dixie Stores here is rapidly
WAREHOUSE AUTOMATION HELPS SLASH TESCO COSTS 
LOS ANGELES -- Bent on slashing its $2 billion annual supply-chain costs by half within two years' time, U.K. retailer Tesco is investing aggressively
MILLENNIUM MEANS GOING ON MANUAL, EXPERT WARNS 
LOS ANGELES -- Supermarket retailers should plan on shutting down their automated ordering systems for the first month of the new millennium and begin
QUESTIONING COMPLIANCE 
Retailers are finally heeding the call to address the year-2000 issue as it affects their internal systems, but far too few have taken the next step,

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