LOS ANGELES — Internal theft cases are down 39% at the front end of Winn-Dixie Stores and the amount of money per theft is down 59%, adding $7 million to the bottom line in the six months since the Jacksonville, Fla.-based chain installed a new anti-theft technology system and began educating its employees about it. Speaking yesterday at a loss prevention conference here sponsored by the National Retail Federation, Dan Faketty, vice president of asset protection at Winn-Dixie, said he ...
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