FRISCO, Texas -- Fujitsu Transaction Solutions here last week announced it had completed its acquisition of Optimal Robotics' U-Scan self-checkout business, which NCR had agreed in principle to buy in February. Fujitsu said it paid $35 million in cash and an assumption of liabilities for the 13-year-old self-checkout line created and marketed by Optimal, based in Montreal. Those liabilities included a $3 million termination fee Optimal owed NCR for canceling the original deal, as well as ...

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