WASHINGTON — More retailers from all walks of retailing say they are being victimized by organized crime rings that target high-demand goods such as Similac infant formula and Prilosec antacid, according to the latest analysis of this issue by the National Retail Federation here. NRF's 2008 Organized Retail Crime report, released last week, said that 85% of retail companies in a recent survey were a victim of organized retail crime (ORC) in the past 12 months, up from 79% in 2007. The ...

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