CHICAGO -- When Harris Teeter checked the names of all 14,000 employees against the Federal Bureau of Investigation's "Be On the Look Out" list, two names came back as potential matches. In the post-9/11 world, the connection was a real eye-opener. "When we checked them out and investigated further, we found they were not the individuals [being sought]," said Dan Faketty, vice president, loss prevention, for the Matthews, S.C.-based retailer. "They simply had the exact same first name, ...
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