CORONADO, Calif. -- Given a glimpse of technology developments that will transform the way people work and how customers communicate with companies via the Internet, retailers raised questions about managing the new demands during the Information Systems conference sponsored here this month by the Food Marketing Institute, Washington. Esther Dyson, president, EDventure Holdings, New York, told executives during a general session that the rapid advances in technology -- and the Internet in ...
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