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There Might Be 3,000 cashier-free Amazon Go stores by 2021


According to Digital Trends , Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos’ growing empire of brick-and-mortar stores might be joined by 3,000 cashier-less Amazon Go Stores by 2021. This move could be a big blow to existing convenience stores like 7-Eleven and quick-service food stores like Subway. Opening 3,000 stores could put Amazon in direct competition with some of the largest store brands in the world. By comparison, Kroger operates about 2,500 stores that generate sales of over $100 billion.

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