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 June 19, 2014


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Neil Watanabe was promoted to Chief Operating Officer at National Stores.  Neil started out in the Loss Prevention world as the Manager of Retail Operations at Montgomery Ward in 1980. He quickly moved his way up the corporate ladder, earning himself a number of Vice President roles such as VP Controller for Filenes Basement, Senior VP and Chief Financial Officer for Mc Frugal Bargain, EVP and Chief Financial Officer for PetSmart, EVP and Chief Financial Officer for Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, and finally as the EVP and CFO for Anna's Linens, his most previous position since 2006.

Neil was also featured on an episode of the D&D Daily's Loss Prevention News Network. This interview followed Neil's career from entry level management through the loss prevention and control field all the way to his CFO status at Anna's Linens. This video really explores what Neil went through to make his way up the ladder, and what elements played the biggest part in his success. We wish you much luck and congratulations Neil!

Jeff McPike, CFI
was promoted to Director of Labor and Process (Operations) for Nike.  Jeff's previous position was as Director of North America Loss Prevention.  He has also held other high level positions in the loss prevention field such as Safety, Security and Loss Prevention for Columbia Sportswear and Regional Director of Loss Prevention for Loehmann's. Jeff was also a member of the United States Army Reserve as their Staff Sergeant. Congratulations Jeff!

American Apparel CEO & Founder fired "For Cause" - Investigation Ongoing  American Apparel, Inc.'s Board of Directors voted to replace its founder and CEO and terminate his employment "for cause," the company said in a statement Wednesday evening. The statement said the decision stemmed from an ongoing investigation into allegations of misconduct. “He was totally taken by surprise, which is part of the problem,” a source familiar with the matter told the Chicago Tribune. “He’s going to fight like hell to get this company back, but he won’t succeed." Although the company did not expand upon the alleged misconduct, the Tribune detailed some of the accusations Charney had faced in the past: In 2011, American Apparel lashed out when four female former employees filed a sexual harassment suit. At the time, the company told The Times that the four women were friends who were colluding to "shake down" Charney and the company for money and that it had "voluminous evidence" to prove that the allegations were false. In 2012, Charney was accused in a wrongful termination suit of choking and rubbing dirt in the face of a former store manager in Malibu. Charney also allegedly called the employee "a wannabe Jew," a "fag" and asked if he was sleeping with a certain girl. The company denied the allegations. There have been a series of lawsuits and other allegations over the years about Charney’s sexual behavior toward female employees. American Apparel’s ad campaigns also often used female employees in sexually provocative poses — ads that were conceived by Charney. The Board is working with a search firm to identify candidates for the job of permanent CEO and, based on our initial discussions with the search firm, we expect the list of possible successors will be impressive.  (Source businessinsider.com) (Source wwd.com)

Lack of National Security Standards for Retailers Remain Six Months After Target Data Breach  Since Target’s data breach, there has been a major data breach discovered almost every month, with breaches reported at Michaels Stores, Sally Beauty Supply, Neiman Marcus, AOL, eBay, and P.F. Chang's Chinese Bistro. Based on a recent Ponemon Institute survey, an estimated 47 percent of all American adults have been affected by data breaches over the last year, with an estimated 432 million online accounts being affected. The latest Javelin Strategy & Research study, “2014 Data Breach Fraud Impact Report: Consumers Shoot the Messenger and Financial Institutions Take the Bullet,” confirms that since financial institutions are the ones that often notify the cardholder of the breach, they are the ones that consumers associate with the breach, even if they were not responsible for it. NAFCU was the first financial trade organization to call for national data security standards for retailers, and it continues to push for legislative action on Capitol Hill. Credit unions and banks are already subject to such standards under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, but retailers are not. Editors Note: The financial institutions are pushing to get Congress to pass legislation that forces retailers to take some or even all of the financial responsibility and with the trend of data breaches continuing to spiral it won't be long before retailers are sharing the expense. Once that happens the Loss Prevention executives will be more involved in the process and held accountable to some degree. This could be a decisive moment in our industry where investigative elements of IT Security becomes a normal customary function and expectation in the Loss Prevention pyramid. Thereby reinforcing the NRF's recent rebranding to NRF Protect. Those who are prepared will benefit and those who aren't will miss a golden opportunity. (Source businesswire.com)

Nokia 'paid blackmail hackers millions' - How will you react if your company wants to pay the hackers?  Finnish mobile maker Nokia was blackmailed into paying hackers millions of euros, a local broadcaster has reported. MTV - not the music channel - said hackers threatened to reveal parts of Nokia's source code for its mobile operating system. A police spokesman said an investigation involving blackmail and Nokia was under way, but did not give more details. Nokia has refused to comment. However, Finnish television channel MTV said hackers had acquired encryption codes relating to Nokia's Symbian software - and had threatened to make the information public. If they had done so, it could have made it difficult for Nokia to prevent the spread of malicious software on its smartphone devices. (Source bbc.com)

7 Million+ Cards Likely to Have Been Stolen in P.F. Chang’s Breach
The computation took into consideration the possibility that the company’s restaurants had in fact been leaking credit card data for a period of nine months, since September 2013. The estimation is that the restaurants processed about 800,000 credit and debit cards per month. Multiplied by the number of months provided by the Visa CAMS alert, this gives a total of 7,200,000 cards. Of course, these are just estimates, but they are based on old information and rough calculations. The number could be much higher, or it can very well not reach this figure. (Source softpedia.com)

Wicklander-Zulawski expands European presence
Wicklander-Zulawski (WZ), the US-based consulting and training company, has announced its Director of Webinar Training and WZ Europe and International Training, Chris Norris CFI, is moving to the UK on a year’s secondment to raise the profile of the brand’s unique investigative interview techniques across Europe. Chris Norris, who has been with the company for almost 15 years, will be responsible for building the profile of WZ-EU training available to UK and European businesses while identifying training professionals to help deliver WZ courses. We at the Daily congratulate Chris and the entire team at WZ and wish them all the best of luck. (Source retailfraud.com)

Facial Recognition Algorithms Improve
A new study shows the accuracy of facial recognition algorithms has markedly improved over the past three years, though one of the report's authors suggests they're not at the level to be a highly reliable form of authentication. Results published in the National Institute of Standards and Technology Interagency Report 8009, Performance of Face Identification Algorithms, show a 10 percent to 30 percent improvement from 2010 to 2013 in the accuracy of 50 facial recognition algorithms NIST test. (Source govinfosecurity.com)

NRF, RILA not happy with swipe fee settlement

Will 7 Canadian Saks Fifth Avenue Stores Include Winnipeg?

Fourth Member of Leading Supermarket Group Adopts ReposiTrak, the Industry Standard Food Safety Platform

Apple's Kill-Switch starting to impact cellphone theft in New York, San Francisco and London - Google & Microsoft Kill Switches Coming

H&M Reports Strongest Profit Growth in More Than Four Years

Apple settles e-book pricing case with consumers

One Kings Lane Will Cut up to 20 Percent of Its Staff

Advance Auto to bring 600 corporate jobs in Raleigh, NC
Advance Auto Parts in January completed its purchase of Raleigh-based General Parts International Inc., creating North America's largest auto aftermarket parts supplier. Gov. Pat McCrory's office said Wednesday the Roanoke, Virginia, based company could get more than $17 million in tax breaks over 12 years if it meets hiring and investment targets. The average salary for the jobs will be about $110,000 a year. (Source myrtlebeachonline.com)

Georgia's New Cargo Theft Bill goes in effect July 1st
Georgia ranks in the top five states for cargo thefts, a statistic which a new law hopes to combat. The Georgia Cargo Theft Act was signed by Gov. Nathan Deal April 15 and goes into effect July 1. The law change specifies punishments based on the value of stolen cargo and identifies penalties for tampering with transport trucks. Before the punishments were outlined in this bill, cargo theft cases were oftentimes never prosecuted or were pleaded down to minor car-theft charges when the thieves were actually caught. One point of the bill specifies punishments for pharmaceutical theft, an industry with high monetary and personal health consequences. Identifying vulnerable industries and goods while placing more policing power behind punishments shows an understanding of private industry that can benefit Georgia’s relationship with companies. (Source northwestgeorgianews.com)

Major retailers agree to list Unit Prices Online
Shoppers can skip the math. It's about to get easier to compare prices on products from breakfast cereals to toothpaste at some of the nation's major online retailers. New York's attorney general said Tuesday that Costco, CVS, FreshDirect, Wal-Mart and Walgreen have agreed to list unit prices on their websites and mobile apps for shoppers nationwide in the coming months. Amazon.com, the world's largest online retailer, did not agree to participate, according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. A unit price tells consumers how much a product costs by each unit of weight. It divides the full price of the item by the size of its packaging. For example, a 16-ounce bottle of shampoo costing $5.99 would have a unit price of 37 cents per ounce. Because the same product can be sold in several different sizes, a unit price is a better way to compare whether a giant bottle of shampoo is really a good deal compared to a smaller one. Retailers already list unit prices in stores, but they're harder to find online. (Source mercurynews.com)

With port jobs and dollars at stake, task force aims to smooth the flow of goods  A quarter-million jobs, $40 billion in annual economic activity and consumers of everything from clothes to cars to coffee depend on the smooth operation of the Port of New York and New Jersey. But things haven't always gone smoothly at the port over the past year, thanks to bad weather, labor issues, and even political intrigue -- problems all compounded by the immense volume of cargo passing through the East Coast's busiest port. In the face of projected growth that could add to the chaos and eventually be choked by it, port officials have organized a task force with terminal operators, longshoremen, independent and fleet truckers, government agencies and others, tasked with figuring out how best to reduce delays and other problems at the port. The task force is scheduled to release its first report on Tuesday, highlighted by a list of two dozen recommendations that include: development of a crisis communication plan; daily updates on container and truck chassis availability on a central web site; improved next-day planning; coordination of extended operating hours among terminals; creation of a 411-type customer service center; improved check-in technology at truck gates; and coordination with U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents to match staffing levels to demand. (Source nj.com)

Quarterly Same Store Sales Results

Ulta Q1 up 8.7% with sales up 22.5%
Pier 1 Q1 up 6.3% with sales up 6.1%
Kroger Q1 up 4.6% with revenue up 10%
Toys R Us Q1 up 4% with sales up 2.9%
Rite Aid Q1 stores up 3.1% - pharmacies up 4.6% with revenue up 3%
Lululemon Q1 down 4% with net revenue up 11.2%

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Digital currency-related criminal exploitations are being scrutinized by cybercrime experts  More than 70 law enforcement officials from 21 countries gathered at Europol’s headquarters in Hague to coordinate investigations into the criminal exploitation of virtual currencies, including Bitcoin in June 2014. The meeting was co-organised by the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) hosted at Europol and ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the primary investigative arm of the US Department of Homeland Security. The group of financial and cybercrime investigators, as well as prosecutors, discussed ongoing worldwide criminal cases, involving the criminal use of virtual currencies to purchase, among other items, narcotics and contraband online. Participants at this first-ever international meeting of law enforcement on the criminal exploitation of virtual currencies voiced concerns over the anonymity of financial transactions through some virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin, and the challenges this poses to ‘following the money’ during criminal investigations. (Source thepaypers.com)

The Underground Economy of Data Breaches
Data breaches, such as the massive payment card breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus, are some of the costliest crimes on the Internet. The Target breach has already cost the CEO and CIO their jobs and the financial costs may reach as much as $18 billion once all is said and done. These costs stem from a variety of sources such as replacing customer credit cards, credit monitoring for victims, lost business, declining stock prices, lawsuits and fines. On average these costs amount to around $200 per compromised record. Unlike the victims, whose pain and costs are locked in at the time of the theft, the profit to criminals is largely determined well after the theft based on how well they can navigate the criminal underground. This is important because the skills needed to infiltrate a network and steal data are very different from the skills needed to turn stolen data into cash. The former requires technical skills, while the latter requires connections to organized crime or the criminal underground. (Source forbes.com)

Wal-Mart will open new e-commerce 1.2-million-square-foot fulfillment center in Indiana


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Pep Boys' Bryan Hoppe Wins a 2014 Retail Innovator Award

Like other retailers, Pep Boys had always focused their Associate training and awareness efforts on store level initiatives that included posters in the break room, monthly manager-led meetings, as well as a learning management system that pushed out content in large sit-down sessions once a month – but for Bryan Hoppe, the results weren’t good enough.

Pep Boys found that although they were doing a variety of things around awareness training, they weren’t seeing the results of the learning sticking and being applied. In particular, their inventory shrink and safety incidents were not at acceptable levels.

The team at Pep Boys hypothesized that their lack of sustainable success was largely due to the fact that their 19,000 employees were not retaining and operationalizing their learning – no matter what they seemed to do. Associates would get the message and shortly thereafter return to their prior habits with no long-term change in behavior.

In 2009, Pep Boys felt that there had to be a better way and searched high and low for an online eLearning solution that delivered bite-sized learning on a daily basis to Associates via their POS system. They wanted something that measured and drove knowledge in a way that was both fun, quick and rewarding for Associates. They couldn’t find such a system (because no such system existed in 2009), which didn’t stop the team at Pep Boys. They decided to turn to the firm that created their awareness posters and asked them to build a system to meet their needs, which they did. Once rolled out, the results were astounding. Developed around the Pep Boys unique vision, the system became a game-changer and the communications firm spun off the solution into what is now called Axonify who has had considerable success taking it to market.

With Bryan Hoppe’s vision and leadership at Pep Boys (first as VP of LP and now VP of Store Operations), the Axonify platform has grown and developed into THE most effective way to deliver learning to Associates and is now being used by other retail powerhouses like Walmart and Toys”R”Us. It has also expanded beyond retail into other areas like professional sales training at Ethicon (a Johnson & Johnson company), accountant development at Crowe MacKay and admin training at Capital BlueCross. The application for this unique approach to learning is limitless.

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Pair arrested with 110 cloned credit cards in Sarasota, FL
Last Friday, Sarasota County sheriff's deputies arrested and charged both Adrian Fernandez and Jose Marquez-Hernandez of Miami with credit card fraud. Fernandez, 20, and Marquez-Hernandez, 26, both face three charges. While making purchases allegedly with cloned credit cards, the duo was busted by loss prevention at the Wal-Mart. "They had 110 credit cards with their names on the front of them but every magnetic strip on the back of all 110 cards was someone else's identification number," said the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. (Source wtsp.com)

Four New York men arrested on credit card fraud charges in Wallingford, CT
At about 10 a.m., police detectives observed a car illegally parked in a handicapped space next to the entrance of Walgreens Pharmacy. The vehicle contained four males who made repeated trips between the car and store. A search of the individuals and vehicle revealed multiple credit, debit or gift cards, some of which were found to be stolen or fraudulent and an identification card that did not belong to any of the vehicle’s occupants or any of their acquaintances, along with $4,000. (Source myrecordjournal.com)

Coca-Cola employee in Georgia accused of stealing 53 laptops from Corp. Office In November, an anonymous caller contacted the business with information about company equipment in Rogers’ Powder Springs home. Two days later, a Coke security guard visited the home, and Rogers’ wife allowed the guard to search for stolen items, according to police. “Upon entry Coke security observed bins filled with laptop computers, and other electronic equipment”. An arrest warrant was secured Friday for Rogers, who surrendered Saturday and was booked into the Cobb County jail. (Source ajc.com)

San Bernardino Co. Sheriff seizes Hundreds of counterfeit goods from a sports store  Accused of possessing phony Nike NFL jerseys for sale, an Apple Valley sports shop owner could be facing additional charges after authorities this week seized 442 more pieces of counterfeit apparel from his store, the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s office said Wednesday. Gregery Williamson, owner of Get in Tha Game on Bear Valley Road, was arrested Tuesday at the store during an early-morning enforcement operation, which involved investigators from county and federal agencies. (Source vvdailypress.com)

2 burglary suspects in custody after Walmart lockdown in Tempe AZ  Authorities say a man and a woman are in custody for allegedly breaking into a group home in Tempe. Tempe police say 31-year-old John Furfaro and 29-year-old Candice Hough are being held on suspicion of second-degree burglary. Police say the break-in occurred around 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. Furfaro and Hough allegedly tried to elude police by fleeing the area on a motorcycle and driving to a Walmart store where they changed clothes. Police put the store on lockdown after the suspects ran inside the building. "Anytime they go into a crowded environment or a crowded place, it's always concerning because we don't know what's in their mindset... if they're gonna try to do something to harm somebody or if they're gonna do anything they can to get away," said Lt. Mike Pooley of the Tempe Police Department. (Source myfoxphoenix.com)

Man to stand trial for stealing over $50,000 from Dillon Grocery self-checkouts
A Reno County judge Tuesday ordered a Wichita man to face trial for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars in cash from self-serve checkouts inside Dillon Stores as he serviced them. District Judge Joe McCarville bound Robert Lindy Stansifer II, 34, over on a single count of felony theft and transferred the case to the Division 1 court for arraignment on July 7. Prosecutors originally charged Stansifer with a severity level 7 crime, alleging he stole some $54,000 from Hutchinson stores. After testimony during Tuesday’s hearing, however, McCarville bound him over on a severity level 9 charge, alleging the theft of $25,000 to $50,000. (Source hutchnews.com)

Indiana Store owners say new shoplifting law too lax: Criminal reform sets new parameters on misdemeanor and felony crimes  Retailers are relieved that lawmakers have fixed an error in a new criminal law that would have made it tough to arrest shoplifters. Now they want a harsher penalty restored for thieves. They contend the real problem with the new criminal code that goes into effect July 1 is a provision that drops theft from a felony to misdemeanor if the stolen goods are valued at less than $750.  (Source pharostribune.com)

Tokyo: Brilliant or naive: the clothing store that allows you Wear it Before You Buy It  A chain store in Tokyo has decided to let customers give their clothes a ‘trial run’ before they hand over any cash. Gu, which is owned by the company behind Uniqlo, is letting its customers test-drive clothing in a radical new service, called ‘Gu Fitting.’ It’s a clever idea; meaning shoppers can see how garments look in natural light, test the fit and decide whether they work with the rest of their wardrobe. You simply choose the pieces you like – up to three items – register at the counter and leave. No ID, or deposit required – just your name and phone number. Rest assured, you won't be stopped by security at the door – it's the closest customers are ever likely to get to shoplifting legally. The conditions are that the clothes must be returned the same day – at which point you can decide whether to buy them, or not. (Source telegraph.co)

Man shot by security at East Oak Cliff strip mall in Dallas Tx. during altercation

Man charged with shoplifting $270 worth of shrimp from Bayonne, NJ Stop & Shop

Nearly $300 Worth Of Chocolate Bars Stolen From Fairfield, NJ Stop & Shop

AT&T – Miami Township, OH – Burglary
Boost Mobile – Pensacola, FL – Armed Robbery
CVS – Haverford, DE – Armed Robbery – suspects pleads guilty
CVS – Winter Haven, FL – Armed Robbery –arrest made
Dollar General – Lehigh Acres, FL - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar – Cape Coral, FL – Armed Robbery – 2 arrested
Hess - Dauphin County, PA – Burglary – tied to several cigarette burglaries
JP Mart – Metter, GA - Burglary – 2 suspects arrested
Lacoste Outlet – Vacanville, CA – Armed Robbery
Mac’s – Rutland, VT – Armed Robbery –clerk suspended for drawing gun
Puff n Stuff – Jerome, ID – Burglary
Speedway – Lexington, KY – Burglary
Vermont Square – Los Angeles, CA – Armed Robbery/ Shooting – 2 men wounded
Walgreens - Old Town Pocatello. ID – Burglary – several burglaries in the area
7-Eleven – Lakewood, CA – Shooting – 1 man hospitalized




Advance Auto Parts is Creating a New ORC Team - Share Your Thoughts and Advice!  Pete Kepler, Corporate ORC & Investigations Manager for Advance Auto Parts, has announced AAP is in the process of creating a new ORC team to complement their successful and robust AP department. If you have any experience or knowledge when it comes to creating or implementing an ORC team, Pete has asked that you share your thoughts, advice and words of wisdom here. Help make our industry stronger by helping a fellow retailer!

Charges filed against former UPS, Best Buy employee accused of $28,000 theft
A State College, PA man is accused of stealing more than $28,000 in merchandise from his former employers. Matthew David Snyder, 37, is free of $25,000 unsecured bond for each case, one filed by State College police for about $18,000 in thefts from UPS, the other by Ferguson Township police for $10,000 in merchandise from Best Buy. (Source centredaily.com)

Phone ruse nets over $1400 in South Daytona Dollar General theft
In a novel twist to grand theft, South Daytona police say a man and woman got away with more than $1,400 from a Dollar General store after the man called the business and told an employee he was the district manager. Dollar General cashier Bria Wright received a telephone call just before 7 p.m. Tuesday from a man who identified himself as “Henry,” the district manager of Dollar General. The man asked to speak to store manager Chris Hanley. Wright said Hanley was not in the store at that moment and the man told her he would call Hanley from another phone while he still had Wright on the line. The suspect then told the 20-year-old Wright that he was sending over a woman whom he identified as “David’s daughter.” The man said the woman would be dropping off a small key at the business and in exchange Wright was to give the woman all the cash from the store’s bank bag, cashier drops and cash registers. (Source news-journalonline.com)

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What You Gain When You Stop Using Email  Email is supposed to make us more productive--but for one CEO, walking away from it was the most productive thing he's ever done. In this article top entrepreneurs share their productivity tips, from going for a walk to abandoning email altogether. (Back to the basics)

5 Ways to Get the Most From Virtual Employees  Today, your staff can work from anywhere, but to make the most of that increased flexibility, leaders need to pay special attention to remote workers. Here are the key things you need to focus on. (Increase your communication)

4 Unexpected and Easy Ways to Build Resilience  The challenges we encounter in life can be moments, events or people and are usually unexpected. Nobody is born with resilience, but it can be developed through training your brain. Here are four tips to help you build your own mental toughness. (Hold on to scars)

5 Steps To Turn Inspiration Into Action
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Being too close to the trees to see the forest is an expression that also fits not appreciating the role you play on your own team. With the needs of the day seemingly always taking priority, it's difficult for some to step back and truly see the value you can add to your own team. Realizing it and accepting the responsibility as a team member is half the battle. But doing something with it and truly adding value is what helps the team win the game. Every group, every department is in fact a team and every member plays a vital role towards the success and the survival of that team. That's why that old expression - One for all and all for one - took such a hold in literature. Because it is that simple. The hard part is taking responsibility for it.

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