Nordstrom made a change that encourages theft and that Wall Street hates — but it's great for business

By aol.com
2018.02.14. 21:28
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Filed under: Finance, Business, CompaniesNordstom stopped locking its fitting room doors in November. The move makes shopping easier for customers, but it has led to increased rates of theft, The Wall Street Journal reports. Prior to the policy change, shoppers had to seek out a Nordstrom employee to unlock a fitting room if they wanted to try on clothing.

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