The space age is dawning for the baby aisle. As more and more supermarket chains and independents try to integrate computerized, scan data space management programs into the center store, they're running into a particularly thorny challenge in the baby aisle -- a place where ancient laws of merchandising physics can defy the neatest computerized planogram. The question is, can supermarkets use space management to substantially alter the profit equation for the baby aisle, home of some the ...

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