HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. -- Loss-prevention systems won early acceptance in Europe and are now finding new life on U.S. shores as changing business approaches, advances in technology and case studies from abroad open the door for enhanced emphasis on security. "France and Holland have embraced electronic article surveillance systems," said Thomas Nicolette, president and chief executive officer of Knogo Corp., a manufacturer of such EAS and other loss-prevention systems here, in an interview with SN ...

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