The majority of alarmist headlines yesterday were all about Seattle, WA-based Amazon’s latest profit-making venture. Expanding its operations into the grocery space, the retailer is set to open stores sans checkout clerks. Upon entry in Amazon Go stores set to be opened to the public in the next year, customers will choose items for purchase only to be billed electronically. The days of long checkout lines may well be over with if the experiment succeeds.
Readers can probably imagine that what’s great for the customer is apparently not great for the typical American worker if traditional media are to be […]