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Retail Editor's Note

  • RFID Moves Beyond Tracking

    Companies are now using the technology to better manage their relationships with customers, and to enhance the value of their products.

  • RFID Solutions Come of Age

    A lot of new products will be on display at next week's RFID Journal LIVE! conference, including several solutions designed to solve specific business problems.

  • Learn Firsthand from Those Already Achieving an ROI

    Many companies have deployed RFID technologies. More than 50 of these businesses will share their experiences at one event—RFID Journal LIVE! 2009.

  • The DOD's War on Waste

  • RFID Adoption by Apparel Retailers Gains Momentum

    American Apparel, in the United States, as well as Kaufauf, NP Collection and other European companies, are proving that the technology's benefits are just too big to be ignored.

  • Another Setback for EPC RFID Adoption

    News that Procter & Gamble has ceased tagging promotional displays for Wal-Mart could slow the adoption of Electronic Product Code standards.

  • Restoring Confidence in the Food Chain

    A 22 percent drop in peanut butter sales, caused by an outbreak of salmonella, reveals just how exposed companies are to risks, and how quickly consumers can lose faith in the supply chain's ability to provide safe food products.

  • The Year Ahead: Reasons for Optimism

    Out of crisis will come renewal, as companies transform themselves with the help of RFID and other technologies.

  • What the Sam's Club Announcement Means

    Sam's Club's letter confirms the company's commitment to EPC RFID technology, gives suppliers additional time to meet the tagging requirements wisely, and should also serve as a wakeup call to all other retailers.

  • A Year of Ups and Downs

    The economic tumult dominated the news in 2008, but there were still many positive developments in the RFID industry.

  • A Better Year Ahead

    Demand for RFID hardware, software and services will be stronger in 2008, but don't expect the volume of products purchased to soar.

  • Does Obama Have the Vision?

    The incoming president has a rare opportunity to transform America's infrastructure—making it smarter, safer and more efficient.

  • The Danger for Sam's Club Suppliers

    Waiting too long to become EPC-compliant will result in higher costs in the end.

  • An RFID Policy for the New Administration

    In preparation for the presidency, Barack Obama gets a little advice on what the United States needs to do about radio frequency identification.

  • When the Going Gets Tough...

    …the tough become smarter and leaner, by investing in a corporate infrastructure that can deliver lasting benefits.

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