WASHINGTON — The impact of the recession on retailers and consumers, coupled with health and safety concerns associated with goods stolen for resale, may help bring about passage of federal legislation addressing organized retail crime, according to executives at the National Retail Federation here.
“Looking at the current economic situation, we have a better story to tell moving forward, especially the safety issues with stolen baby formula,” said Jonathan Gold, NRF's vice president of ...
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