Viewing on a mobile device? click here for our mobile version







November 22, 2013


The LP Industry's #1 News Source - Informing, Educating and Instilling a sense of community

Facebook Twitter Linkedin


2nd award in two weeks
Vector Security Named 2013 Dealer of the Year by Honeywell

Security leader also wins Circle of Excellence award

Last week, the Daily reported that Vector Security was awarded the 2013 Retail Market Partner of the Year for North America by Axis Communications. This week, comes a second piece of big news for the Pittsburgh-based company. Vector, one of North America's top electronic security companies, was named Dealer of the Year by Honeywell and First Alert at the Connect 2013 Conference in Los Angeles, which took place November 7-10.

The award recognizes Vector’s performance and growth. The company has been a longstanding provider of Honeywell products across its markets including Florida, New Jersey and through its Authorized Dealer network. Additionally, Vector Security was given the Circle of Excellence award in recognition of its overall contribution to the security industry.

The Retail Market Partner of the Year award that Axis presented Vector with in October was in recognition of Vector's success and commitment as a partner to driving the shift from analog CCTV to IP-based network video surveillance in the retail segment.

For more than 40 years, Vector Security has been a premier provider of intelligent security solutions tailored to the needs of the customer. The solution provider offers a full suite of electronic security services for residential, business and national account customers across North America and the Caribbean through a network of branches and authorized dealers. Vector Security is a sister company of the Philadelphia Contributionship, a mutual insurance company founded in 1752, and currently provides cost-effective, technology-based security solutions to more than 270,000 homes and businesses.

These recent awards speak volumes about the value Vector provides its customers, especially for those working in retail. On behalf of the D&D Daily, congratulations to everyone at Vector on this much-deserved recognition! It's work like yours that helps drive the industry forward.




Share your commercials/videos
with the LP world
with the only news network designed by, and for your industry!

Contact Mike Crissman to get your videos on the LP industry's News Network



Know about an event we should feature here?
Let us know.


Have a video
for the LP industry
to see?
Contact Mike Crissman

Season Two Kicks Off
October 28
"Can Wages Buy Honesty?" with Harvard Professor Tatiana Sandino & Jim O'Connor, VPLP Bed, Bath & Beyond

November 11
Interview with Lisa LaBruno, Sr. VP Retail Operations, RILA

December 2
Albuquerque's ORC Effort - Chief Raymond Schultz & Karen Fischer, Strategic Support Div. Mgr, APD

Featured Episode


Season 2
Starting Oct 28

New England ORC Event Coverage

Future Episodes

Jim O'Connor, VP of LP on Developing an LP Culture

More episodes
to be announced


The D-D Daily

On Demand-
Every Day
Marketing is Here
Are You?

Only 1 in LP Space
Pinpoint Delivery

Be on the lookout for the new
"Opening Act"

Go OMNI with the Daily.



MO. 2012 2013 %ñò
Jan 316 385 21.8%ñ
Feb 410 310 24.4%ò
Mar 332 294 11.4%ò
Apr 307 377 22.8%ñ
May 342 385 12.6%ñ
Jun 330 320 3.03%ò
Jul 355 306 13.8%ò
Aug 425 326 23.3%ò
Sep 375 304 18.9%ò
Oct 464 306 34.1%ò
Nov 337    
Dec 265    
Total 4258 3313 18.6%ò



The Library of Loss Prevention - Search data now...

Northern Michigan University, located in Michigan’s incredible Upper Peninsula, offers one of the only baccalaureate loss prevention management programs in the United States. It is offered completely online and accepts up to 92 transfer credits. An affordable investment into a dynamic and growing profession. Learn more here


News Brief - Sponsored by WG Security Products

48 dead, two dozens feared trapped after Latvia mall collapse  Forty-eight people have been killed and dozens others injured after the roof of a large store collapsed in the Latvian capital, according to RIA Novosti. Rescuers continue searching for two dozen people who may still be trapped in the rubble. Some 500 square meters of roof caved in at the ‘Maxima XX’ building in the capital, Riga, on Thursday night. Following the incident, the capital's mayor Nils Usakovs said that 70 people were trapped under the debris. At the moment, at least 25 are feared to still be in the rubble, the local State Fire and Rescue Service told RIA. So far rescuers have managed to save some 40 people from the rubble. At least one child has suffered a moderate head injury and has been hospitalized along with dozens of victims, RIA Novosti reports. Latvia will be in official mourning from November 23-25. (Source

Meeting Opens to Discuss Racial Profiling - Closed to the Media
Retailers, city officials and civil rights leaders filed into the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church Friday morning for a retail forum organized by the Retail Council of New York State to address racial profiling and loss prevention at the stores. Mark Lee, chief executive officer of Barneys New York; Rev. Al Sharpton; Scott Stringer, Manhattan Borough president; Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union; Hazel Dukes, president of the NAACP New York State Conference and a member of the NAACP National Board of Directors; Kirsten John Foy, president of the Brooklyn chapter of the National Action Network, and Edward Jay Goldberg, vice president of government an consumer affairs at Macy’s, were among those who attended the meeting. The forum, which was slated from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., was closed to the media. “We’ll see if we can get some real answers,” said Sharpton, as he entered the church. “We’re here for hard answers. They’re going to have to make some hard decisions,” he said, adding he wants to have a dialogue with the retailers and the community. (Source

NYPD Grand Larceny Unit regular visitors to Barney's LP control room - Control Rooms May be Off-Limits after This - Nationwide  What the report doesn't say is how the NYPD gained regular unrestricted access to the Barneys control room in order to follow customers they deem suspicious (in the Daily News, Sharpton raised the same point, asking reporters Kerry Burke and Ginger Otis, "Do they have policies in place (regarding) the NYPD? If so, what? If not, then
you've turned over the civil liberties of your customers.") In other words: Has Barneys granted permission for the NYPD to be there and watch its customers? Or is the store claiming that the police come in periodically without permission? Barney's claims they told police- "No need to investigate transactions."
See Report on commissioned by Barneys on alleged shop and frisk incidents. (Source

Rookie NYPD cop claims she was profiled by Macy's then fired after false arrest; sues for $40M  Jenny Mendez of the Bronx is suing the store for $40 million for false arrest, discrimination and other claims. She says she was unfairly targeted for shoplifting because she is Latina. Bronx woman says she lost her job as a rookie NYPD cop because she was wrongly arrested for shoplifting at Macy’s in Herald Square. Mendez filed suit in Bronx Supreme Court last Friday. She says she was acquitted of shoplifting in a bench trial in September, but the NYPD had canned her in February, due to her bogus arrest, she says. Her suit says she was off-duty and on a checkout line with her mother when they realized they were missing a bag; they were told to report to a store security office. security officer then told Mendez the bag had been found and that a man was arrested for stealing it, the suit says. But when she arrived at the security office to collect the bag, she found herself arrested for shoplifting, the suit says. A store detective admitted at trial to lying on her arrest paperwork, the suit alleges. (Source

Suspicious Incident At The Magic Valley Mall in Twin Falls, Idaho  Authorities are investigating a suspicious incident at the Magic Valley Mall. Twin Falls Police Captain Matt Hicks said that the mall received a threatening message from a man. The mall management took the threat seriously and decided to evacuate the facility including the parking lot.  Mall officials say the mall re-opened just after 5pm. It was closed for about 30 minutes when the public Safety department learned about a 'potential threat' from the Jerome County Sheriff's department. The mall management describes this as a 'pretty rare' event. The mall is now re-opened. Captain Hicks said they have taken a male into protective custody. He said he was "threatening to harm himself." (Source

Will U.S. consumers and retailers ever be ready for NFC?
Last year, experts thought that NFC was going to really take off in 2013, but recent moves from Google Wallet and Isis point to a significant question: Will NFC ever really take off? On Wednesday, Google Wallet launched a physical card, suggesting that its NFC application is not doing the job. Isis recently created an Alliance Program for merchants, implying that retailers are struggling to adopt NFC on their own and require the help and comfort of a network system. “I think NFC is not the correct technology for it,” said Paula Rosenblum, managing partner at Retail Systems Research, Miami. “Personally, I prefer the PayPal model of entering my phone number and pin number on a key pad and using nothing physical at all, but it seems Bluetooth is garnering more interest.” (Source

Costco joining the Google Shopping Express same-day delivery service

Online sales increase 20% for Gap, 14.5% for Williams-Sonoma in Q3

Are tablets secure enough for business?
Amazon is launching its first enterprise-ready tablet. A smart move, as the much-loved mobile device can finally be integrated into business. However it does beg the question, how can SMEs ensure they are prepared for this new mobile device onslaught? (Source

Here’s how Spokane’s URM Stores announced it’s investigating possible credit card data breach- look out for the fines  One not-surprising detail in this week's story about a rash of credit and debit card fraud was the lack of clarity and transparency displayed by URM Stores, of Spokane. The company, a large grocery distributor and business service provider, responded to the outbreak of card fraud reports by issuing a notice to its employees on Monday, Nov. 18. It posted that statement on its website. And that's all it did. On a page difficult to find and almost hidden from the public. Editors Note: They could be in for fines on this one. (Source

Address Changes: A Growing e-Commerce Fraud Tactic
Changes in customers’ shipping addresses is one of the key ways that thieves are now getting away with online credit card fraud, financial experts say. Changing addresses in hacked credit card accounts provides a way for thieves to receive delivery of goods purchased with stolen payment card accounts, Julie Conroy, an analyst at financial services research and advisory firm Aite Group, told Internet Retailer. "Account takeover is sharply on the rise for e-commerce merchants, thanks to the waves of database breaches in which online credentials have been compromised. A key indicator of account takeover is a change to the shipping address,” Conroy said. (Source

Going inside cargo theft - great video
When driving down the highway, you probably wouldn't even notice a tractor trailer riding beside you. That trailer has the potential of being filled with stolen cargo headed for the black market entrepreneurs who can peddle it nearly anywhere. George Giles heads the New Jersey State Police Cargo Theft Unit, an elite squad of highly trained and very successful detectives. "These guys aren't playing around; they are definitely professionals." Giles said. This isn't a cheap operation either. The job is a million-dollar-job. The crew doesn't just operate in New Jersey, but throughout the Nation. Troopers and truckers say that truckloads of merchandise get stolen every day. Truckers leave their cargo behind for a minute, and they are soon questioning its new location. The New Jersey Police say that these cargo thieves are high tech too. They know that many truck drivers use GPS systems, so they often take counter measures. "It's getting real bad. It's getting to the point near the Holidays that everybody needs to be real careful." Melendez said. With over 1,200 cargo thefts nationwide last year, troopers say that trucking companies are reluctant to report many of these crimes, so chances are it's a bigger problem than gets reported. (Source


LPRC welcomes new retailer members on Board of Advisors

Since last month's annual Impact Conference, the LPRC Board of Advisors announces the council has added eight more retailer members. The organization is closing in on 50 major retail chains working together with UF and LPRC scientists, and over 40 leading solution providers and brand owners, on LP/AP innovation and testing. The new retailers include:

Tops Market
Ulta Beauty
Ahold USA: (Giant, Stop and Shop, Martin's, Peapod)
Ross Stores
Luxottica: (Sunglass Hut, Pearle, Lenscrafters, Sears Optical, Target Optical, Oakley, Ray-Ban)
Advance Auto
*Tiffany joined shortly before Impact

Quarterly Same Store Sales Results

Hibbett Sports Q3 up 4.8% with net sales up 2.5%
Destination XL Q3 up 4.4% with net sales dropping fractionally
Foot Locker Q3 up 4.1% with sales up 6.4%
Ann Inc. Q3 up 4% with net sales up 7%
The Fresh Market Q3 up 3.1% with net sales up 13.4%
Pet Smart Q3 up 2.7% with sales up 4%
Ross Stores Q3 up 2% with sales up 6%
The Gap Q3 up 1% with sales up 3%
dELiA*s Q3 down 22.9% with retail sales down 30.9%



PayPal Nabs Uber Partnership in Pursuit of Mobile Growth

PayPal, the online payment service that succeeded by wedding itself to EBay Inc. (EBAY), is moving into more modern marketplaces through a deal with car-service company Uber Technologies Inc.

The market for mobile payments in the U.S. is projected to jump to $90 billion in 2017 from $20.5 billion this year, according to Forrester Research. In that area, PayPal faces stepped up competition from Square Inc. and Google Inc.

Read more here.

For further information on PROACT, email inquiries to

eBay Direct - Click Here  -  (notify - info - questions)


Ogilvy, Holt Renfrew to merge into luxury megastore - Saks May be coming but watch out for the Weston's  The luxury merger of Ogilvy and Holt Renfrew in a massive expanded store is great news for Montreal, staff, retailers and analysts agree. The official word that Montreal's two luxury department stores will merge in an expanded Ogilvy in 2017 came Tuesday, after more than two years of widespread speculation that just this was in the works after the owners of Holt Renfrew bought Ogilvy in fall of 2011. Selfridges Group Ltd., owned by the Weston family of Toronto, also controls Loblaws and the Selfridges department store in the U.K., among other retailers. And Ogilvy has won the top billing on the new 220,000-square-foot store, which will take the rather clunky name "Ogilvy, part of the Holt Renfrew & Co. collection." The store will be unique to Montreal and the largest in the Holt Renfrew chain, which has 10 stores plus a pop-up across Canada. (Source

New partnership to make it easier for Canadians to buy from US retailers online
GoECart, a provider of e-commerce solutions, has announced a new collaboration with Canada Post that it says will improve the online shopping experience when Canadians buy from U.S. retailers. The integration of the Canada Post shipping platform with GoECart's multichannel e-commerce platform will enable GoECart's U.S.-based retail partners to quickly retrieve shipping rates and times, print shipping labels and track shipments. (Source

Poll finds 47% of Canadians will go to U.S. for Black Friday
A poll released Thursday by the Bank of Montreal says 47 per cent of Canadians it surveyed planned on shopping on Black Friday in the U.S. this year–up from 41 per cent last year–with each shopper expecting to spend an average of $292. (Source

Blame Canada: Target’s net income falls
The retailer lowered its forecast as it adjusts and refines its operations in its Canadian store rollout. The retailer’s launch in Canada earlier this year followed months of anticipation as shoppers north of the border eagerly awaited Target’s arrival, but that goodwill dissipated somewhat as customers complained of empty shelves and higher prices than in the U.S. Target said it was committed to Canada and was adjusting and refining operations as it learned from past experience and prepared to open another 56 stores by the end of the year. (Source

Truck drives through mall entrance in Fort St. John jewelry store heist 

The Lloydminster Municipal RCMP still seeking four suspects in fragrance robbery from Shoppers Drug Mart; $5000 worth of merchandise stolen 

RCMP look for suspect in botched Airdrie armed robbery; Man locked out by suspicious clerk in Airdrie armed robbery 

Two men charged in recent string of Calgary grocery store robberies

RCC Ontario Safety Group - Taking applications for 2014
Save money. Get rebates. Learn from peers. RCC's Ontario Safety Group has returned over $4.8 million in WSIB premiums to retailers and significantly improved the safety performance of the industry! To join or for more information, contact Jonathan Farkouh, Manager of Member Services at or 1-888-373-8245 x 319.

Retail Fast Facts: October 2013

• Total monthly retail sales changed by 3.5 percent over the comparable month last year.
Total sales excluding food, automotive and gasoline changed by 3.9 percent over the comparable month last year. (Source



Want to succeed with predictive analytics? These CIOs say it takes a lot of front-end data work and angst about cultural change  If you want to learn how to succeed with predictive analytics at your business, these three CIOs offer hands-on advice. In short, they say it takes a lot of front-end data work, and be prepared for angst about cultural change, i.e. Culture Shock. Chris Coye, Senior Vice President & CIO, Disney ABC Television Group, says Disney has implemented three predictive analytics tools this year. "The biggest technical challenge was getting the right source data," Coye says. "We have multiple divisions, and that data had to be standardized." (Source

Which C-Level Executive Will Be the Big Data Champion?
Many corporations are asking: "Who should lead data and analytics activity across the enterprise?" The answer isn't necessarily the CIO. Though the "I" in CIO stands for "information," many corporations act as though it means "infrastructure," so they haven't tapped the CIO to lead their enterprise information strategy. In a recent survey of top executives from 53 corporations, only 31% of these executives named the CIO as the primary champion of their big-data initiatives; 58% cited other C-suite executives, such as the CFO, COO or CMO. Further, 48% of companies indicated they had hired or planned to hire a chief data officer to handle the job. (Source

How Surveillance Analytics is helping us manage the overwhelming amount of video data we're collecting 
Today’s comprehensive range of video surveillance options provides customers with higher detailed video, covering more locations and for more hours of the day than ever before. In fact, a customer could have cameras capturing every square inch of a facility 24/7, if needed. There’s just one problem: wading through the massive amount of surveillance data created by all those cameras. Modern security cameras simply produce too much detail for traditional event detection and response. In the past, security officers would watch a bank of video monitors, looking out for anything unusual. However, a person can only effectively monitor two screens at a time—for a few hours. So as camera counts grew over the years, security officers could no longer handle all the monitoring themselves, which is precisely why surveillance analytics was born. Surveillance analytics, such as face detection and perimeter intrusion detection, helps businesses make sense of the overwhelming amount of video data they gather. Thus, they can make more effective decisions and offer more proactive responses. Analytics help enhance situational awareness and enable efficient, accurate and, often, automated responses. This is in stark contrast to the days of manual, reactive incident responses. Because security officials are no longer monitoring every bit of video, they’re free to actually deter and manage crime and other incidents. (Source



Worcester, Mass. Police: Commercial Armed robberies are up 51% with a Nexis to Drugs  Gemme says there's a 51 percent increase in commercial armed robberies compared to last year. He says October was the busiest month this year - with about 45 armed robberies. Gemme is also asking businesses to take responsibility. He says businesses need to take security very seriously.  (Source

Counterfeit MAC makeup prevalent in Bay area - DHS trying to break up large scale counterfeit make-up rings  U.S. Homeland Security agents are seeing counterfeit versions of just about everything penetrating our borders. But our I-Team discovered that other things making the list include high end cosmetics, especially those items purportedly manufactured by MAC. But that popularity has led to MAC products being increasingly counterfeited. (Source

Brazen Bridal Shop Robber in New Jersey Waves Gun as Customer Walks in  Surveillance video from a New Jersey bridal shop shows a suspect pointing a gun at the owners as a customer walks into the shop while the terrifying robbery is unfolding. The video shows a man waving a gun at a customer who walks into Bruelle's Bridal in Clifton, N.J., then pointing the gun back toward the two sisters who own the store, sitting behind the desk. (Source

Smash and grab raid at London Prada store

Parole jumper, convicted felon busted hitting Rite Aid multiple times in Detroit, Michigan 

Couple arrested after allegedly passing counterfeit bills in Pismo Beach Premium Outlets, in San Diego 

Armed shoplifter - police drew their weapons in a Target store Sunday afternoon on armed shoplifter cutting open packages in Lynchburg, Va. 

Dollar General employee in Texas indicted on theft charge, accused of allowing friends to take merchandise 

South Loop, Chicago, H&M employee accused of retail theft

Helzburg Diamonds in Tacoma, Washington the victim of a Grab and Run


Today's Robberies and Burglaries

NJ man admits 17 armed robberies in Newark, N.J.
Security guard shoots at Jewelry store robber after being pepper sprayed in Fullerton, Ca.
Uptown Whittier jewelry store robbery foiled by armed owner; suspect arrested in San Gabriel, Ca.
Armed robbery at Carson City restaurant, two at large in Carson City, NV.
Police looking for 2 in Vt. restaurant robbery
Bank Robbery Reported Inside Gallia County Walmart
Trend Furniture Warehouse Burglary Arrest in San Angelo, Tx.
Smash and Grab in Macon, Georgia Suspects Sought for Stealing More Than 64 Weapons
Stockton store owner fights with robber armed with pepper spray
Guard Attacked, Fires on Suspect in Failed California Jewelry Store Heist
Durham, North Carolina man being sought in 7 store robberies
CVS – armed robbery - Palm Beach, Florida - no injuries reported
Domino’s – armed robbery – Elyria, Ohio – Police seeking 2 or 3 suspects




Kroger's ORC Leader Denny Dansak in the news - Retail giant makes law enforcement a priority at Kroger (KR) stores  It’s all in a day’s work for Dennis Dansak, senior corporate manager of organized retail crime for Kroger. A former FBI special agent, Dansak runs a team of about 25 investigators who share video surveillance and other resources with police looking into theft rings. Since 2009, Dansak’s team helped break up stolen property rings in Los Angeles, Seattle, Nashville and now Ohio. "We’ve had over 600 arrests of people involved fencing operations” since 2009, Dansak said. “Out of those 600 arrests, we haven’t lost a case. Most haven’t gone to trial. They all pleaded guilty.” “We’ve interviewed boosters who tell us they average about $15,000 a month,” said Dansak. Dansak said Kroger uses video surveillance and interviews with detained boosters to gather information on organized retail crime rings. Dansak spends a lot his time educating law enforcement agencies on the advantages of building bigger cases, instead of prosecuting boosters for single theft at a single store or jurisdiction. “The key is working with law enforcement,” he said. “We can identify all the fences we want. But if we can’t get prosecutions made, that’s a stumbling block. Coming from the DA’s office ... I can tell you law enforcement wasn’t educated. Once they understand this is not shoplifting, they see this results in large amounts of seizures, recovered property. We go after their financial accounts.” In Los Angeles last year, Dansak said Kroger helped authorities seize $752,000 from a safety deposit box tied to an organized retail crime ring. Three years ago in Seattle, it helped law enforcement track a theft ring to a car dealer who was shipping vehicles to Cambodia filled with stolen goods. (Source

Alhambra, Ca., man sentenced for $1 million credit card fraud scheme
An Alhambra man received a sentence of more than 7 years in federal prison Thursday for heading a global credit card fraud ring that netted more than $1 million, authorities said. He was convicted of leading a fraud ring that, “used stolen credit card numbers from around the world to buy hundreds of thousands of dollars of luxury goods, cosmetics, electronics and other merchandise at retail stores,” Mrozek said. Once credit card information was obtained, “That stolen information was used to manufacture counterfeit credit cards that bore the names of ‘runners’ — co-conspirators who went to retail stores including Nordstrom, Macy’s, Apple and Abercrombie & Fitch — who used the fake cards to make fraudulent transactions,” according to Mrozek. “After the runners purchased items with the counterfeit credit cards, they either returned the goods for credit, or the goods were sold to other parties.” (Source

Two male suspects busted with $16,000 worth of gift cards, stolen credit cards and fake IDs in American Fork, Utah Wal-Mart  American Fork Police said Lin Chen and Zheng Bing Ni from California, allegedly used stolen credit cards to buy dozens of $900 gift cards at Wal-Mart. Chen and Ni told police the person they were working for would let them keep 20% of everything they were able to steal in Utah. The investigation is ongoing. (Source

ORC defendant pleads guilty to six thefts gets 24 months in prison in Mahoning Township, Oh.

As reported by the D&D Daily.


“Protection 1 is proud to be sponsoring the D-D Daily ORC column to ensure the LP industry gets the information, education and critical data they need to fight this national epidemic.”
Rex Gillette, VP Retail Sales, Protection 1.

Do you have an ORC case to share? Publishing it educates the LP & retail community
which might fuel even more jobs and funding.
Share your ORC news and help the industry grow

Vendor Spotlight


Smartvue Cloud Surveillance Wins New Product of the Year

Innovative Smartvue S9i Cloud Video Surveillance Platform Earns
Prestigious Recognition

Nashville, TN - Smartvue Corporation, the cloud video surveillance company, announced it won the 2013 New Product of the Year award for cloud surveillance from Security Products magazine.

The New Product of the Year Award honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security. More than 90 products competed for the coveted award.

"The security industry is one of the fastest growing technology markets and the solutions become more amazing every year,” said Ralph C. Jensen, Security Products editor-in-chief. “The competition was challenging among so many amazing entries. The winners proved themselves to offer the innovations that are most advancing the security industry today."

"Smartvue offers the world’s most cloud-centric and cost effective HD video surveillance platform for multiple location businesses such as retail and restaurants,” said Martin Renkis, Founder & CEO of Smartvue Corporation. “We are very proud of our efforts in network video over the last decade and appreciate the recognition of this award.

About Smartvue Corporation
Smartvue Corporation protects thousands of people, places and assets worldwide every day. Since 1998, the company’s mission has been to make the world a safer place with amazing video surveillance technologies. Smartvue is a cloud software company and video surveillance innovator with more than 20 patents and significant industry awards for its unique products and services. The company delivers end to end surveillance solutions which combine cost effective network video recording devices and cloud management services. Learn more at

Jim Tully


Job Opening




Regional LP Manager Pet Supermarket Atlanta, GA Pet Supermarket
Business Development Executive Hart Systems United States Hart Systems
Asset Protection Manager Louis Vuitton Las Vegas, NV Louis Vuitton
Regional LP Manager Michael Kors Whittier, CA Michael Kors
Regional LP Manager Spencer Gifts Chicago, IL Spencer Gifts
Director of LP Children's Place Los Angeles, CA Children's Place
Director of LP Children's Place Houston, TX Children's Place
Director of LP Children's Place Chicago, IL Children's Place
Sales Executive Checkpoint Systems East Coast Checkpoint Systems
Sales Executive Checkpoint Systems West Coast Checkpoint Systems
Service AP Manager Best Buy Elkridge, MD Best Buy
Regional LP Manager Forever 21 Towson, MD Forever 21

National Account Mgr



Downing & Downing

Dir of Loss Prevention


Philadelphia, PA

Downing & Downing

Regional LP Director Confidential Nashville, TN Downing & Downing
Regional LP Manager Confidential San Francisco, CA Downing & Downing
District LP Manager Confidential San Diego, CA Downing & Downing
LP Analyst Confidential New York, NY Downing & Downing

Zone AP Manager


Vancouver, BC

Downing & Downing



Today's Daily Job Postings from the Net - Appearing Today Only
View two months of postings here

Job Opening




AP Manager in Training Walmart Roanoke, TX Wal-Mart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Overland Park, KS Wal-Mart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Beatrice, NE Wal-Mart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Spirit Lake, IA Wal-Mart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Anamosa, IA Wal-Mart
LP Manager Macy's Burlington, VT Macy's
AP Manager- PCI Cabela's Prairie Du Chien, WI Cabela's
Regional LP Manager Savers Springfield, IL Savers


On the Move: Home of the Industry's Original - Sponsored by Cival Demand Associates

Scott Cohen was promoted Area Loss Prevention Manager & Physical Security for The Zellman Group.

Post Your New Job or Promotion! Click Here


The Content You Read Shapes How You Lead  Whether you're reading a good book by the fireplace or on your tablet, or just browsing the internet's blogs or social media, what you read and the content you create can shape how you lead your organizations. You may find yourself being pulled towards content that fuels your knowledge and provides you with insight to better lead your employees. Here are some other examples on what leaders are reading. (You lead how you think)

The Integrity of No
There is a balance of when to say no and even how to say it. Time is of the essence, so it's understandable that you have to say no to some things, but when is the word being heard too much and not enough? Use these fundamentals to help guide you on getting that balance right and how to say no constructively. (Stay consistent)

7 Tips to Manage Your Email
You have practice with managing your employees; you know when they are comfortable with what they are doing and can be left alone, or when they may need some help and advice, but your email is another story. It seems to always pile up, can't tell you what's important to read and what's not, yet it is our primary form of communication. Use these tips to get your inbox under control and help manage your email process. (Become a master of efficiency)

8 Ways to Become a Better Boss
Everyone tries to improve themselves a little bit each day; whether it's through intellect, or mastering a skill, we all want to get better at something. Leadership is the same way: it requires some thought and focus to become an effective manager of people, so use these tips to reach your full potential! (Focus on the positive)

Sponsor this section of the Daily


One of the keys to success is being prepared. Preparation is something many take for granted and don't give it the focus they should. If you want to increase your performance in any endeavor, look at your preparation as a separate project with steps. Break down and prepare a plan for the actual preparation work, itself, making sure it's thorough, deep, exhaustive and timely. Certainly, we all operate best under pressure, but waiting until the last moment to prepare yourself may preclude you from doing all you can do and should do.

Just a Thought,
Gus Downing

Gus Downing

Follow us on twitter. You never know what you might hear.  

Post Your Tip or Advice! Click Here

Please make sure to add to your contact list, address book, trusted sender list, and/or company white list to ensure you receive our newsletter.