Amazon Go stores will start accepting cash

By | April 10, 2019
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Full article Wednesday April 10 from CNBC

Amazon exec tells employees that Go stores will start accepting cash to address ‘discrimination’ concerns

  
KEY POINTS
  • Amazon’s Steve Kessel, who runs physical stores, said last month that the company plans to add “additional payment mechanisms” to its Go stores.
  • A spokesperson confirmed Kessel’s comment but didn’t provide a time frame for the change.
  • The move comes as a growing number of cities and states are enacting laws that require stores to accept cash.
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