No cashiers, no lines – Amazon debuts its new grocery store

Adam Allington Dec 6, 2016
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A view of "Amazon Go." Amazon/YouTube

No cashiers, no lines – Amazon debuts its new grocery store

Adam Allington Dec 6, 2016
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The web retailer Amazon has just launched something sure to draw the attention of shoppers — a cashier-free grocery store.

It’s called “Amazon Go,” and the big idea is that shoppers can just grab the items they want and leave. Kind of like Uber for grocery shopping. Analysts believe the concept has the potential to change the face of retail.

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