Supermarket customers have started doing a lot more with their money than just shop. In a quiet trend that only recently got noticed, supermarkets and retailers in other channels have started to offer financial products and services in their stores. Technological advances at the front end and on the Internet have helped enable this. Wal-Mart Stores' recent attempt to start its own bank, and then its subsequent retrenchment to other financial services, called national attention to this ...

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