MIAMI -- While a variety of supermarket retailers on Manhattan's Upper West Side still continue to test smart cards as a payment option, a fast food restaurant is motivating its customers to make purchases with electronic cash by rewarding them with frequent-shopper points for each purchase made with the card. Burger King Corp. here launched a six-month pilot test of a smart card loyalty program in four Nassau County, N.Y.-based units June 3. The smart cards, which contain a microprocessor ...

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