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Sharp weapons sold online keeping police on the edge, Retail News, ET Retail

Aurangabad: Concerned about the rise in use of sharp-edged weapons in committing serious body offences, including murders, four MLAs raised a star question in the on-going winter assembly session. The question forced the city police to send one officer to file a reply. The details on such cases, their current status and preventive action taken …

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Study: Retail is sold on IoT

Retailers aren’t letting privacy concerns and issues hold them back from Internet of Things adoption. That’s according to a new report from PwC, which revealed the retail industry has the highest percentage of companies with active IoT projects (58%) compared with other sectors (hospitality, healthcare and manufacturing). Another 30% of the retailers have IoT projects in …

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Survey: Shoppers not totally sold on mobile payments

Consumers plan to use mobile payments this holiday season, but with reservations. According to the 2019 Holiday Shopping and Mobile Payments Survey from mobile rewards/payments platform Ibotta, nearly six in 10 respondents are likely to use a mobile payments solution for some of their holiday purchases this year. Another 39% are interested in learning more …

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Done Deal: Barneys sold to Authentic Brands Group; NYC flagship to evolve to pop-up 

There was no last-minute white knight for beleaguered luxury retailer Barneys New York. Authentic Brands Group announced it has completed the purchase of the intellectual property of Barneys New York. The sale price was $271.4 million. The bankruptcy court had approved the sale the previous day, Oct. 31. But Barneys and its supporters held out some hope, as …

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TVs sold by Amazon and Best Buy ‘contain chemicals banned in Europe’ | US news

Popular brands of televisions sold by Amazon and Best Buy in the US contain potentially hazardous flame retardants linked to health problems including cancers and learning difficulties, according to a new report. Six Toshiba and Insignia brand TVs, made in partnership with Amazon and Best Buy respectively, sampled by public health campaign groups contained organohalogens, …

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