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RFID shines at NRF's BIG Show

NEW YORK— Connecting the store to online and following the customer throughout that journey is a big topic at NRF's BIG Show this week. It's a puzzle plaguing retailers, and the solution being presented is RFID.

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Quick news from around the Web... Yuan decline tempts Walmart to squeeze suppliers Bed Bath & Beyond looks to future Men's Wearhouse founder looks to marry tech and tuxes Hy-Vee set to...

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Quick news from around the Web... Yuan decline tempts Walmart to squeeze suppliers Bed Bath & Beyond looks to future Men's Wearhouse founder looks to marry tech and tuxes Hy-Vee set to...

40% will switch retailers for better security, payments convenience

Loyalty to retailers can be fleeting. Forty percent of customers are willing to change to another retailer for day-to-day items if new technologies offering better data security and convenience of payments are available.

40% will switch retailers for better security, payments convenience

Loyalty to retailers can be fleeting. Forty percent of customers are willing to change to another retailer for day-to-day items if new technologies offering better data security and convenience of payments are available.

Crocs uses predictive analytics to optimize email promos

Crocs is using customer data and predictive analytics to drive customer engagement, and ultimately purchases, through its email promotions.

Crocs uses predictive analytics to optimize email promos

Crocs is using customer data and predictive analytics to drive customer engagement, and ultimately purchases, through its email promotions.

GS1 US's Carpenter sees diverse future for product ID

Nearly every product in every store in every transaction involves GS1 standards in some respect. Most commonly, it is the Universal Product Code, generally referred to as the barcode, which was first used at retail more than 40 years ago.

GS1 US's Carpenter sees diverse future for product ID

Nearly every product in every store in every transaction involves GS1 standards in some respect. Most commonly, it is the Universal Product Code, generally referred to as the barcode, which was first used at retail more than 40 years ago.

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Quick news from around the Web... Target's plan to beef up e-commerce Lowe's listens to omnichannel shoppers CART launches retail app store to advance innovation DKNY gets personal for New...