SEATTLE, Wash.—Attorneys representing warehouse workers for online retail giant Amazon.com estimate some 100,000 people are owed more than $100 million in back wages and penalties for time spent on security lines, according to an article from The Morning Call, an Allentow
CHARLESTON, W.Va.—Security guards at the Charleston Town Center mall are taking a new approach to parking lot security by using T3 patrollers, battery-powered Segway-like devices that will allow them to patrol the mall's two parking garages, according to an article from t
YARMOUTH, Maine—To counteract big losses from employee theft, some loss prevention experts in the retail industry are turning to mammoth databases to track employees accused of stealing retail merchandise.
LAS VEGAS—Chuck Barry, corporate vice president of security and surveillance at Tropicana Entertainment, will speak at the National Food Service Security Council annual conference, held Aug. 4-7 in Las Vegas.
THOROFARE, N.J.—Checkpoint Systems, a global supplier of loss-prevention products and solutions for the retail industry, announced this week that it is planning to sell its CheckView business, including CheckView's monitoring center in Minnesota.
IRVINE, Calif.—A new report from The Retail Equation, a developer of retail transaction solutions, examines the extent of the damage inflicted on retailers by return fraud and abuse, which drains between $8.9 billion and $17.2 billion from the U.S.