TROY, Mich. -- Kmart officials here said they are aggressively rolling out advanced checkout technologies. The chain plans to add stationary self-checkouts from NCR Corp., Dayton, Ohio, to 600 stores by the end of the year, adding about 2,400 units to the 300 already in place in 75 stores. The self-checkouts are going into both supercenters and traditional Kmart stores, now known as Big K, said spokeswoman Susan Dennis. Kmart Corp. also recently completed the installation of handheld ...

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