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Radio frequency identification is poised to revolutionize retail, starting with the lowly pallet

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / January 12, 2004

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When a stubble-faced man strolls into a drugstore hunting for a Mach3Turbo razor, Gillette Co. executives say the chances are as high as one in 10 that it will be out of stock. That problem, multiplied across an industry nettled by theft and product shrinkage through the supply chain, costs businesses an estimated tens of billions of dollars a year ... (Full Article: 1415 Words)

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