Amazon Considers Establishing Go Stores At Airports, Entertainment Venues

Oct. 1, 2019

Amazon, which opened its first Go store in January 2018 at its headquarters, is now exploring the prospect of establishing these cashierless stores to OTG's CIBO Express stores at airports, Cineworld’s Regal theaters and baseball stadium concession stands in 2020, CNBC reports.

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