By  on March 22, 2010

WASHINGTON — The National Retail Federation and eBay, long at odds over the scope of legislation cracking down on organized retail crime, are changing course and forging a strategic alliance to go after the bad guys.

Retailers, who lose an estimated $30 billion a year in organized retail crime theft, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are hopeful the alliance will lead to a dramatic reduction in criminal activity, either through legislation or new joint strategies.

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