Bend, Ore. — Will retailers' desire for “greener” stores be what finally gets them to adopt electronic shelf labels? ESLs — plastic modules that display digital prices and replace paper price tags on shelf edges — have been around since the early 1990s, promising to simplify price changes and to ensure agreement between prices on shelves and those at checkout. But the cost of installing ESLs storewide has put off most retailers, except for stores in Connecticut, where state law waives item ...
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