LAS VEGAS — As online auction sites have made the selling of stolen goods more profitable, organized retail crime has mushroomed into a $15 billion per year problem for the grocery and drug store industries, according to presentations given here last week during the “Organized Retail Crime — Issues and Opportunities” session at the 2008 Food Marketing Institute Show. Presenters John Griffin, mid-Atlantic investigations team leader for Target, Minneapolis, and Bob James, corporate ...
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