Kiosks are seeing a wide variety of applications in supermarkets these days. allowing Marketplace Bank, Orlando, Fla., a unit of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto, to offer mutual funds in kiosks in 100 stores. Whatifi Financial, Boston, is managing the four funds that have a minimum investment of $100, appealing to novice investors. Dominick's, Willowbrook, Ill., is using a self-serve kiosk to take care of its photo-processing customers. Among the players in the photo kiosk ...

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