After a two-year test, Redbox Automated Retail, Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., and McDonald's USA here have entered into an agreement to offer automated DVD rental kiosks to a growing number of McDonald's restaurants nationwide, the companies reported last week. Redbox kiosks will begin appearing in McDonald's restaurants in select new U.S. markets in early 2007, offering McDonald's customers 60 to 80 DVD titles for $1 per night. McDonald's began testing the DVD rentals in 2004 in Denver. Today the ...

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