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Crime in Business

By Hugo Gemsback

ONE of the great nuisances, with which American business has to contend today, is theft of all sorts, committed either by employees or outsiders. It is an unfortunate fact, but true, that only an exceedingly small percentage of business houses in the United States escape this scourge. For one thing. the American business man is trustful and rarely suspects his own employees, and he is always much surprised when thefts and pilfering appear. Such things as stamps, small merchandise, etc., are continuously being taken; and it is often most difficult to put a stop to this.

The situation is particularly acute with some smaller...

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