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They are not mythological monsters, but a real phenomenon retailers say is limiting their ability to take advantage of emerging technologies.
The Home Depot Inc. specializes in letting customers do it themselves, and is now extending that philosophy across all channels.
Target Corp. is tapping into the startup community in San Francisco and the Silicon Valley to gain a merchandising edge.
Visa has been busy adding new retailers to its Visa Checkout online payment service, and now is rewarding them with an upgraded offering.
Wakefern Food Corp. has named executive Cheryl Williams as its new CIO and VP of the computer information services division.
Charming Charlie wants to make sure Web customers get the same attentive service as shoppers at its 350-plus stores.