CHICAGO -- Information Resources Inc. here this month announced it will resume offering Wal-Mart sales data, despite the retailer's decision to stop providing sales information. The InfoScan Advantage service will be available to track Wal-Mart sales information beginning this month, with full customer rollout scheduled for completion over the next few months. Wal-Mart announced earlier this year that it would no longer share its U.S. point-of-sale (POS) scanner-tracking data with the ...

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