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Amazon Go, the app-enabled stores that enable customers to simply walk out with their purchases — no checkout clerk needed — plans to begin accepting cash amid growing criticism that the process discriminates against low-income shoppers. The streamlined convenience stores, which launched last year, feature meals, snacks, grocery items and at some locations, beer, wine […]
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