CHICAGO -- The supermarket industry's precautions against employee theft, bad-check losses and shoplifting in 1996 included widespread use of a variety of technologies, from closed-circuit cameras and cashier monitoring to check authorization systems. These were among the results from the seventh annual survey of loss prevention and security issues in the supermarket industry, conducted by the Food Marketing Institute, Washington. The study was released earlier this month at the FMI ...
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