EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market here, the U.S.-based operation of U.K.-based Tesco, said yesterday it will now accept American Express cards at all 59 stores in response to customers’ requests. Since it began opening U.S. stores in early November, the chain has not accepted any credit cards at its checkstands, which are all self-checkouts. According to Simon Uwins, the chain’s chief merchandising officer, “We developed the Fresh & Easy concept by listening to ...

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