PHILADELPHIA -- As technology becomes more central to every facet of the retail business, chief information officers need to start thinking like retailers, and not just technologists, as a matter of survival for themselves and the business. Nine chief information officers from major retailers and manufacturers tackled these issues at last week's technology conference here, sponsored by the National Retail Federation, Washington. The NRF reported that retailer attendance at the show, held ...

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