Supermarkets are fighting to cut the high cost of shrinkage by implementing various security measures. In video terms, shrinkage may mean stolen rentals or sell-throughs or even employee theft of videos or cash. Although retailers downplay the degree of shrinkage they see in both sell-through and rental videos, they still expect it to occur to some degree and therefore seek out every means possible to slow or stop it. Kathy Domingo, a video buyer with Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine, ...

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