was named Director, Theft & Fraud Operations Assets Protection for Target.
Emy was previously an Assets Protection Intelligence Leader for
Target for over a year. Prior to that, she held several positions within the
company, including Manager of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability and
Operations Leader - Assets Protection. She graduated from Saint Mary's
University of Minnesota with a M.A. in Human Development and a B.S. in Police
Science. Congratulations, Emy!
Agilence Launches 20/20 F&B For The Food & Beverage Market
Agilence, Inc., the leader in SaaS-based data analytics solutions for retail
operations and loss prevention, today announced software designed to support the
unique needs of the restaurant industry with the release of 20/20 F&B. Using
input from customers Golden Entertainment, The Washington Nationals Park and
Panera Bread as well as other industry leaders and experts, 20/20 F&B is
designed to help restaurants quickly and easily identify sources of loss,
increase revenues and margins, and solve operational problems chain wide.
Read more in today's Vendor Spotlight below.
Palmer Reifler Had Duty To
Defend Sephora In Shoplifter Suit
A Florida law
firm had a duty to defend retailer client Sephora from a lawsuit targeting its
methods for pursuing damages from shoplifters, a California federal judge ruled
Friday, despite the fact that the underlying case did not result in a finding of
Considering an indemnity clause in a service agreement between
Orlando firm Palmer Reifler & Associates PA and Sephora, Chief Magistrate Judge
Joseph Spero said both parties would have intended the duty to defend to be
triggered when one of them was called on to act as indemnitor rather than seen
as a "dormant" responsibility.
"The court is not persuaded that, without
an explicit statement of such intent, the parties intended to limit the duty to
defend ... such as where the indemnitor admits fault or has been found negligent
in a separate proceeding," the court said.
In denying a defense motion
for judgment at the pleading stage, the court said it was also unpersuaded by
the firm's position that Sephora's assertion of the right to control the defense
of an underlying matter constituted a waiver of its right to invoke the duty to
The court reasoned that, because neither Florida law nor the
contract required a formal tender of a legal defense, Sephora's claim of control
was best analyzed in light of a related duty to cooperate with the defense. And
in that context, a failure to cooperate does not necessarily relieve the
indemnitor of its duty to defend, the judge said.
Sephora sued the firm
late last year and demanded reimbursement for costs in a proposed class action
under the terms of the agreement for the firm to represent the retailer in
pursuing damages for shoplifting.
The case arose from allegations in a 2014 California state
court suit that Sephora's shoplifting damage letters were intended to frighten
customers into believing they would be subject to criminal prosecution if they
didn't satisfy allegedly inflated restitution demands.
In its December
suit, Sephora said Palmer Reifler had a duty to defend and indemnify it in a
suit focused on misconduct allegations and a so-called demand letter "mill" run
by Palmer Reifler.
While the underlying suit was dismissed and the
plaintiff did not appeal, Sephora argued, that didn't release the firm from the
contract clause outlining a duty to defend "any and all suits, judgments, or
liabilities directly arising from the negligence or other improper conduct[.]"
In April, Palmer Reifler argued that it shouldn't be on the hook for the
costs in part because Sephora never tendered the defense of the case to the
firm, but instead retained and directed its own defense.
Surfing Wal-Mart's Crime
Research published this week by the Tampa Bay
Times reveals stunning statistics from 2014: 53 Wal-Mart stores in 3 Florida
Counties (Hillsborough, Pasco, and Hernando) generated a paddy wagon caravan of
16,800 police reports in one year alone.
That's two calls an hour, every
hour, every day. "The calls eat up hours of officer's time," the newspaper
reports. "They all start at one place." One sheriff told the newspaper, "It is a
tremendous strain on manpower."
The Tampa Bay Times calculates that
Wal-Mart, on average, produce four times as many calls as nearby Target stores.
The newspaper said the retailer has been criticized "for shifting too much of
its security burden onto taxpayers. Several local law enforcement officers also
emphasized that all the hours spent at Wal-Mart cut into how often they can
patrol other neighborhoods and prevent other crimes."
Hiring Hurdle: Finding
Workers Who Can Pass a Drug Test
All over the
country, employers say they see a disturbing downside of tighter labor markets
as they try to rebuild from the worst recession since the Depression: They are
struggling to find workers who can pass a pre-employment drug test.
suggest employers' difficulties also reflect an increase in the use of drugs,
especially marijuana - employers' main gripe - and also heroin and other opioid
drugs much in the news.
Tyco, Johnson Controls see savings of $1 billion from combined operations, Number of job cuts still unknown
The new Johnson Controls will be able to cut $1 billion in costs in the years
ahead as it combines operations, saves on purchasing and finds other savings
from combining Johnson and Tyco International, the company's next president said
Monday. The transaction will shift Johnson Controls' corporate headquarters to
Cork, Ireland, resulting in savings of $150 million on taxes, thanks to
Ireland's lower corporate tax rate. Tyco has been based in Ireland since 2014,
after shifting its corporate headquarters from New Hampshire to Bermuda and then
Switzerland over the years.
On the cost-cutting side, the companies are forecasting they will see $400
million in savings from combining "general and administrative functions," from
human resources, information technology, legal, finance and other functions.
Where those cuts will come is unclear. The key locations for much of those
functions today are the corporate offices of Johnson Controls in Glendale and
Tyco's office in Princeton, N.J.
Sports Authority Bankruptcy
Auction Won by Tiger Capital-Led Group
consortium of liquidators that includes Tiger Capital Group, Hilco
Global and Gordon Brothers prevailed in an auction for Sports Authority Holdings
Inc.'s assets, according to people familiar with the matter.
Authority has already started liquidating 140 of its 450 stores through sales
that were run by Tiger Capital and Gordon Brothers. Additional Sports Authority
auctions, including the sale of the retailer's name and intellectual property,
will run through May.
Office Depot considering
sale of some European operations
which operates about 1,800 stores, said on an investor call that it was on track to close 400 outlets in the current year and would consider
shutting down more.
Boca Raton, Florida-based Office Depot said
in a statement it had hired Bain & Co to help finalize a strategic review of its
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Ukrainian Pleads Guilty To Stealing Press Releases For Insider Trading
- Largest Known Computer Hacking and Securities Fraud Scheme in History
- Victims included Home Depot, Panera Bread, hundreds of others
A Ukrainian pleaded guilty to stealing unpublished press releases and using them
for insider trading that netted more than $30 million in profits for him and
his collaborators, the US Department of Justice
said Monday. In the biggest known incident of hacking and securities fraud
to date, Vadym Iermolovych, 28, of Kiev, Ukraine, pleaded guilty before U.S.
District Judge Madeline Cox Arleo to a three count of conspiracy to commit wire
fraud, conspiracy to commit computer hacking, and aggravated identity theft,
according to a DOJ press release.
The press release reported that Iermolovych and his accomplices broke into the
computers of newswire agencies - Marketwired LP, PR Newswire Association LLC and
Business Wire - and stole around 150,000 yet-to-be released press releases
between 2010 and 2015.
The traders traded on stolen press releases containing material nonpublic
information about the following publicly traded companies that included,
among hundreds of others: Align Technology Inc., Caterpillar Inc., Hewlett
Packard, Home Depot, Panera Bread Co., and Verisign Inc.
No Honor Among Cyber Thieves
- Cybercriminal business model vulnerable to intervention
Cybercrime may be booming but its business model is vulnerable on many fronts,
according to a new report. "We've been observing that they've been acting like a
business for a while," said Shogo Cottrell, security strategist at Hewlett
Packard Enterprise, which produced the report. The profit motivation accounts
for more than three-quarters of all data breaches and has been rising in
recent years, according to this year's Verizon data breach report. But
cybercrime also shares many of the vulnerabilities that traditional businesses
do, said Cottrell.
For example, a criminal group's reputation is even more important in the
underground economy than brand reputation in the legitimate world. "In the
underground space, there is a huge lack of trust and an enormous amount of
paranoia," he said. "Everyone is doing nefarious activities. It's hard to trust
someone who is at the core untrustworthy."
As a result, reputation counts for a lot among criminals, but it's also hard to
build a solid reputation, and easy to lose it. And once the reputation takes a
hit, where a legitimate business will try to repair the damage and salvage the
brand, the bad guys just throw in the towel.
And when it comes to destroying criminal reputations, the authorities have
unlikely allies -- other criminals themselves. Cybercriminal groups are quick
to go after each other, and there are no laws or authorities that can
protect against unfair business practices.
Face recognition app taking Russia by storm
Founders have big plans for the retail sector
If the founders of a new face recognition app get their way, anonymity in public
could soon be a thing of the past. FindFace, launched two months ago and
currently taking Russia by storm, allows users to photograph people in a crowd
and work out their identities, with 70% reliability.
It works by comparing photographs to profile pictures on Vkontakte, a social
network popular in Russia and the former Soviet Union, with more than 200
million accounts. In the future, the designers imagine a world where people
walking past you on the street could find your social network profile by
photograph of you, and shops, advertisers and the police could pick
your face out of crowds and track you down via social networks.
The pair also have big plans for the retail sector. Kabakov imagines a
world where cameras fix you looking at, say, a stereo in a shop, the retailer
finds your identity, and then targets you with marketing for stereos in the
subsequent days. Again, it sounds a little disturbing. But Kabakov said, as
a philosophy graduate, he believes we cannot stop technological progress so we
must work with it and make sure it stays open and transparent.
Agilence Launches 20/20 F&B For The Food & Beverage Market
New application specifically designed to help
restaurant operators reduce losses and solve operational problems
LAUREL, NJ, May 17, 2016 - Agilence, Inc., the leader in SaaS-based
data analytics solutions for retail operations and loss prevention, today
announced software designed to support the unique needs of the restaurant
industry with the release of
20/20 F&B. Using input from customers Golden Entertainment, The Washington
Nationals Park and Panera Bread as well as other industry leaders and experts,
20/20 F&B is designed to help restaurants quickly and easily identify sources of
loss, increase revenues and margins, and solve operational problems chain wide.
"We have worked with a select group of restaurant industry leaders to develop an
advanced data analytic solution built especially for both casual dining and
table service chains," said Russ Hawkins, President & CEO, Agilence, Inc. "With
20/20 F&B, Agilence helps restaurant operators in the same way we've helped
retailers for years, by enabling greater insight into the people and processes
at work in their operations."
Key business benefits of 20/20 F&B include:
|• Reduction of Losses: 20/20
F&B addresses the critical issues underlying employee fraud and its
impact on your food costs. It enables close monitoring of
transactions and processes to quickly identify fraudulent activities
and wayward processes and stops them in their tracks.
|• Driving Operational
Efficiencies to Increase Revenues and Margins: By enabling the
analysis of operational metrics against standards, 20/20 F&B can
quickly identify trends in restaurant, product and team member
performance that can maximize financial performance chain wide.
|• Ensuring Policy Compliance:
20/20 F&B efficiently measures and reports on compliance with
corporate policies and sales performance metrics to quickly identify
and enable correction of problems.
"With 20/20 F&B we combine our expertise in data analytics with operational
expertise from leaders in the industry to deliver the most advanced analytic
application designed specifically for restaurant operators," said Raoul Ricard,
VP Strategy & Business Development, Agilence, Inc. "20/20 F&B allows you to
focus on opportunities to uplift sales, reduce losses and improve profits across
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Chad McIntosh, VP of LP & Risk
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In today's multi-threat real-time environment,
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With critical incidents like active shooters on the rise, learn about the
proactive steps Loss Prevention can take when it comes to physical security
programs, educating employees, monitoring social media and collaborating with
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Transaction Laundering Is
the New Face of Payment Fraud|
laundering is an increasingly popular scam, in which cyber-criminals hijack the
legitimate payment process to sell all manner of illicit goods and services
The point of this fraud is to make use of the online acquisition
system to take payments for those illegal goods and services. Call it a digital
version of money-laundering, with cyber-criminals seeking to get the best of
both worlds, engaging in illicit commerce while using legal means to get paid.
But like other forms of money-laundering, transaction laundering is illegal -
For every one site that is busted, there are dozens
of others that continue along with their ongoing dual-purpose business model.
But whether the institution was aware of what was happening or not, the risks to
legitimate organizations involved in these scams is the same; as far as the
government is concerned, they are responsible, and if the scam is discovered,
they will be held financially liable - and, possibly, criminally responsible.
'Friendly fraud': Online
retailers are grappling with new forms of digital deception
Fraudsters typically make online purchases using other people's cards, and tend
to buy items that are in high demand and easy to fence. Analysts have also seen
an increase in instant-delivery downloadable gift card thefts, where people
resell the card or quickly spend it and keep or sell the merchandise.
the spike in online fraud, retailers are incurring higher and higher levels of
chargebacks. The buy online and pick up in store model, an option growing in
popularity and offered by retailers such as Canadian Tire, Best Buy and Loblaw,
is particularly vulnerable, according to LexisNexis.
But chargebacks also
are also on the rise as part of so-called friendly fraud. Here, a good is
ordered and paid for by a legitimate cardholder who receives the item or doesn't
pick it up from the post office or courier, and then for a variety of reasons
might ask the bank to remove the charge from her credit card.
As of the
end of the first quarter of 2016, friendly fraud accounted for 72.4 per cent of
all gross chargebacks related to online sales.
U.S. e-commerce posts
yet another big quarter
Online sales grew
15.1% in Q1 and accounted for 11.1% of retail sales when factoring out
items not normally bought online. That's the highest e-commerce
penetration in history.
Sarasota, FL: Sarasota County Sheriff's Office arrests 13 in ORC undercover
Thirteen people were arrested in a
four-day long undercover operation targeting retail theft in Sarasota, according
to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. Deputies focused on retail corridors in
Sarasota, as well as along South Tamiami Trail in Venice, making 13 arrests and
filing 32 charges, according to a news release. Those arrested have a total 197
prior charges and 57 prior convictions.
Gainesville, FL: Burglary
Crew pulled over for Driving without Headlights;
Deputy finds $30,000 in stolen
Alachua County sheriff's deputy stopped the vehicle at 2:01 a.m.
for driving without its headlights on. The deputy detained the three men after
smelling marijuana. In the vehicle officials reported finding $600, a crowbar,
masks and two bags containing 200 smartphones and iPads worth an estimated
$30,000. The items were believed to have been taken from iCARE Smartphone
Repair. Officers went to the business and found that its front door had been
smashed, the media release states. They reviewed surveillance video showing two
males entering at 1:48 a.m., smashing cases with a crowbar and filling the bags
with smartphones. One of the burglars grabbed a cash drawer off the counter.
KY: 3 charged after $10K worth of Kate Spade purses stolen from Outlet Malls
of the Bluegrass
Taylorsville Police worked alongside Simpsonville and Shelbyville Police
Departments. Police say two were trying to sell stolen purses on Facebook,
at Louisville Pawn shops, and even out of a car. The three week long
investigation led them to an apartment complex. Altogether there was more
than $10,000 worth of Kate Spade purses and wallets between the home and a
vehicle. Police say Kate Spade of the Outlet Malls of the Bluegrass did not
realize a theft had been going on. The merchandise was stolen by a
maintenance man from storage space they were renting that was not yet open
to the public.
Charles County, MD: Thieves Identified in
Victoria's Secret Shoplifting Case That Went Viral on Video
Detectives assigned to the Charles County Sheriff's Office Criminal
Investigation Division have identified the two female shoplifters who stole
numerous pieces of clothing from Victoria's Secret at the St. Charles Town
Center, on April 27, 2016. A passerby recorded the women as they entered the
store, opened a lawn-sized trash bag they brought with them, and stole 12 tank
tops, 36 hooded sweatshirts, 24 pants, and 12 shorts from a front display. They
walked out of the store and fled. Officers retrieved footage of the theft which
was then released to media in an effort to identify the women. Within 24 hours,
tips to the Charles County Crime Solvers tip line, as well as calls to the
Sheriff's Office, led to the names of the suspects. Investigators pursued the
tips and on May 5, positively identified them.
Lowell, MI: High-end liquor thefts at Rite Aid,
Meijer stores bring Repeat Offender felony charges
A career criminal is back behind bars, accused of stealing thousands of
dollars in high-end liquor at area Meijer stores which police say he traded for
drugs. Jeremy Ryan Rector, 39, is charged with stealing alcohol between March 19
and April 11 at the Rite Aid in Lowell and at 6 different Meijer stores a cross
Michigan. He targeted bottles of liquor priced between $100 and $150 (totaling
over $1,000) , including Patron. Rector also faces retail fraud charges in 2
other MI cities where police say he stole high-end cologne.
Cody, WY: Felony TV thief pleads guilty to
reduced misdemeanor charge
With a felony theft charge amended to a misdemeanor, Brian Rodriguez pled
guilty in Park County District Court to the charges of stealing televisions
from the Cody Walmart store. The case involves Lovell couple Rodriguez and
girlfriend Shanna Rae Jolly; they were charged by the State with stealing TV
sets last summer from Walmart and trying to sell at least one of them.
Lebanon, TN: Police release video of 3
shoplifters fleeing with trash bags full of merchandise from Polo/Ralph
Police Department needs your help in identifying these three female suspects
who shoplifted from the Polo Ralph Lauren store at the Outlet Village Mall.
The incident took place on May 10th at approximately 8pm. Three females
walked into the store, removed black plastic bags from under their clothing
and began filling the bags with merchandise.
Hartford, CT: Walmart Shoplifter
steals $1,500 worth of merchandise, held on 2 additional warrants
New Milford, NJ: Woman arrested
for theft of $530 in merchandise from Lord & Taylor in the Willowbrook Mall
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Gardner, MA: Teen accused of
shooting at Walmart workers with pellet gun
Police arrested a man they say was shooting a pellet gun at employees
inside a Walmart. The employees called 911 on Saturday and reported a masked
man in the store. By the time police arrived he had jumped out of a window
in the store's garden center. Police searched the area and found a man
matching the suspect's description. A mask and two pellet guns were also
Robberies & Thefts
AZ: Police investigating robbery at Safeway, Armed confrontation
Phoenix police are investigating an armed confrontation at the Safeway at
40th Street and Chandler Boulevard. Police officers were searching the
neighborhood around for two men who threatened a man with a gun after
stealing from the store. Police expect to have surveillance video from the
store on Tuesday. There were no reports of injuries and the store remained
open for business.
OH: Mall violence increasing, changes being made
Columbus malls are increasingly becoming targets for trouble, more than 100
fights reported to Columbus Police since 2014. The emergency call numbers
show violence at Easton Town Center has increased. Shoplifting, burglary and
larceny: 500 calls in 2015. Disturbances, fights, stabbings and shots fired:
400 calls in 2015.
Suspicious people, vehicles, prowlers and those
wanted by police: nearly 250 calls in 2015. Many shoppers don't want Easton
to become the next City Center Mall. City Center was once a hustling and
bustling place until tragedy struck in 1994. A teenager was killed in a
gang-related shooting in the mall. A few years later, big stores pulled out
and the mall failed.
Richfield, OH: Police Officer
Charged with Stealing more than $25,000
from "Shop with a Cop" Program
The investigation alleges that Simmons, who was the coordinator of the
program, improperly spent $26,709 in program funds on personal expenses from
2010 to 2016. The improper spending included sporting event tickets,
electronics, clothing, and tools. He also allegedly used gift cards
purchased with program funds for his personal use.
Rock, AR: LRPD Chief speaks about increase in violent crime; Armed
Robberies up 14%
Denver, NC: Lowe's employee
bitten by a Copperhead snake
New Zealand: Group of men Smash
and Grab 30 phones, store front destroyed
Piercing Pagoda in the
Westfield Shoppingtown Oakridge, San Jose, CA reported a Distraction Theft
on 5/15, merchandise valued at $69.99
Portland Crime Stats: Shoplifting = 1,332 offenses in Jan 1 to April
30, 2016, 1,353 offenses average 2010 to 2015, down 2%
Tarboro, NC: Police received information in
April about alleged sales of counterfeit goods at 3D Fashion NC
An investigation was initiated and an officer conducted a controlled buy
from the store, which bolstered the allegations and led officers to obtain a
search warrant for the store. Tarboro police searched the store and seized
counterfeit trademarked goods ranging from Nike and Jordan's sneakers,
Michael Kors purses and other items.
Transported Assets Protection Assoc. calls for greater data sharing amid
According to the latest figures from Incident Information Service (IIS) of
the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA), incidents of cargo
crime in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region (EMEA) have reached a
three-year high during the first quarter of 2016, averaging five incidents
per day and representing nearly $9 Million in losses. To combat this
problem, TAPA said, the industry needs to share more cargo crime data
collected by law enforcement agencies. Drilling down into the data, TAPA
found that 86.2 percent of the Q1 cargo thefts occurred in four countries:
The U.K. (131 incidents), the Netherlands (126), Germany (86) and Sweden
admits role in $6.5M Global Cybercrime scams
A woman from the Los Angeles
admitted she used two identities to commit wire fraud as part of a global
cybercrime ring's efforts. Genoveva Farfan, 46, has pleaded guilty on three
counts in a complex federal case involving losses of $6.5 million and at
least 7 ring leaders from around the world. Farfan pleaded guilty Monday to
two counts of aggravated identity theft and one count of conspiracy to
commit fraud against the United States. She faces up to nine years in prison
at her July 12 sentencing in U.S. District Court. She is among 20 people
indicted, including 11 from South Africa, in a probe of Internet-based
mass-marketing schemes involving work-at-home and romance scams.
Falls, TX: Police arrest 7 in large scale ID Theft Ring
Falls Police Department has broken up a large identity theft ring. The
investigation began in December of 2015 and utilized the resources of the
WFPD Gang Unit, Intel Unit, Organized Crime Unit, and Burglary Unit as well
assistance from the District Attorney's Office.
Temecula, CA: Couple caught with carload of ID
theft evidence; suspect on parole for same crime back in February
Winston-Salem police warn of rash in card fraud, skimming
Sluder, with the department's financial crimes division, said there
have been at least 125 documented local cases this year of credit or
debit card fraud, of which 117 victims still had their card in their
possession. Sluder estimated that each case represented between $300
and $800 in losses.
"In many instances, skimmers are
transients working along major highways and interstates," Sluder
said. "Many just collect the numbers and sell them to bidders,
mainly in Eastern Europe. They stay in an area until their activity
is recognized, and they move on." journalnow.com
Holmes Beach, FL: Citgo pumps hit 3 times by
Beauty Star - Jackson, MS - Robbery
Botanica - Miami, Fl - Burglary
Buckfins N Feathers - Broussard, LA - Burglary/
hand guns and rifles stolen
Casey's General - Moorhead, MN - Armed Robbery
Chevron - Houston, TX - Armed Robbery
Circle K - Rancho Cucamonga, CA - Robbery/ Brutal
attack on clerk
Circle K - Boston, MA - Robbery
Computer Solutions - Richland County, SC - Armed
Computer Solutions Exchange - Kansas City, MO-
CVS - Garfield Heights, OH - Armed Robbery
CVS - Norfolk, VA -Robbery
Dollar General - Memphis, TN - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Waddington, NY - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Little Rock, AR - Armed Robbery/
Dunkin Donuts - Nassau County, NY - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Little Rock, AR - Armed Robbery
Family Video - Lockport, NY - Robbery
F&F Mart - Waynetown, OR - Armed Burglary
GameStop - Lincoln, NE - Armed Robbery
Jack in the Box - Houston, TX - Armed Robbery
Kwik Fill - Washington, PA - Robbery / 3rd this
Mapco - Bellevue, TN - Armed Robbery
Nice Beauty Supply - Detroit, MI - Burglary
OnCue - Stillwater, OK - Armed Robbery
Phipps 66 - Little Rock, AR - Armed Robbery
Safeway - Phoenix, AZ - Armed Robbery
Shell - Corsicana, TX - Armed Robbery/ 3rd area
robbery this week
Showcase Liquor - Pasadena, CA - Robbery / Employee
T-Mobile - Boca Raton, FL - Armed Robbery/ 3 facing
Life in prison
Walgreens - Tallahassee, FL - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Cleveland, OH -Burglary/ ATM
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Use "want" not "have"
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The word "grit" has become more
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triumph even in the face of failure, and they don't quit, no matter the
situation. Grit is something that you can develop, just by using these 4
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