Home Internet of Things Aerospace Apparel Energy Defense Health Care Logistics Manufacturing Retail

Retail News

  • Checkpoint Backs Goliath

    Labeling and security systems provider Checkpoint invests in Goliath Solutions and its plan to use RFID to track retail displays.

  • House of Fraser Tags Its Garments

    Supply chain manager Exel will run a yearlong trial that uses combined EAS/RFID tags to track Fraser's womenswear from factory to point of sale.

  • Target Issues RFID Mandate

    The retailer plans to require suppliers to put EPC tags on pallets and cases beginning in late spring 2005.

  • Marks & Spencer Expands RFID Trial

    Pleased with results of its trial that placed tags on men’s clothing, U.K. retailer Marks & Spencer says it plans to extend item-level tagging to multiple stores.

  • Gift Cards Go Contactless

    Contactless payment solution provider ViVOtech unwraps a contactless gift card system for retailers.

  • NCR Offers In-Store RFID Service

    The company aims to help retailers begin analyzing and planning in-store applications today.

  • Checkpoint Offers Fixed-Price Plan

    The company will design and deploy an RFID pilot network for one all-inclusive rate.

  • Metro Readies RFID Rollout

    Germany’s largest retailer expects its top 100 suppliers to tag pallets and cases by November and establishes timetables for stores and other suppliers.

  • IDC Forecasts Bubble, Burst, Boom

    The author of a new report sees the RFID market for the retail supply chain growing to $1.3 billion in 2008, and then declining before the real growth starts.

  • Forrester: Consumers Want Value

    A survey by the technology research company found consumers are willing to share information if they get value in return, but many companies are afraid to ask personal questions.

  • RFID Benefits for Drugmakers

    At a recent educational seminar organized by Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, pharmaceutical manufacturers discussed the far-reaching advantages and potential pitfalls of RFID technology.

  • Selfridges Trials Tagged Shipments

    Supply chain manager Exel will expand its RFID trial to track shipments for U.K. department store chain.

  • Dexit Turns RFID Cards into Cash

    A Canadian company's new service lets consumers make small purchases using a contactless system.

  • Two More RFID Test Centers Open

    Software provider RedPrairie and systems integrator Xterprise launch facilities to help suppliers ensure compliance with Wal-Mart's RFID requirements.

  • California Holds New RFID Hearing

    State senators worry that consumers have no legal protection against loss of privacy through RFID use.

PREMIUM CONTENT
Case Studies Features Best Practices How-Tos
RFID JOURNAL EVENTS
Live Events Virtual Events Webinars
ASK THE EXPERTS
Simply enter a question for our experts.
TAKE THE POLL
JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON TWITTER
Loading
RFID Journal LIVE! RFID in Health Care LIVE! LatAm LIVE! Brasil LIVE! Europe RFID Connect Virtual Events RFID Journal Awards Webinars Presentations