CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Customer self-scanning stations will be installed at one store operated by Star Market Co. here following a three-month test now under way at the chain's headquarters. The 34-store chain began testing the technology last month in a lab environment and in April will outfit one store with a cluster of four self-service checkstands, each equipped with its own automated payment unit and change dispenser. "Star has a number of initiatives on the board for this calendar year ...
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