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Amazon’s Palm-Scanning Payment Tech Is Coming to Whole Foods

Amazon is reportedly testing its palm-scanning payment technology in Whole Foods, starting with a single store in Amazon’s home city of Seattle. The biometric system identifies not only the customer’s palm print but even the pattern of veins in their hand to identify them for payment processing.

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Report: Amazon Considers Adding Bankrupt JC Penney to Growing Retail Empire

Amazon already ranks as the country’s No. 1 apparel retailer and owns the Whole Foods grocery chain. Now the e-commerce empire is reportedly looking to grow even bigger with a possible acquisition of JC Penney — the venerable department store chain that recently declared bankruptcy in the wake of the Chinese virus pandemic.

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Jackie Mason: Symbols of Whole Foods Must Come Down to End Persecution of Fat People (Exclusive)

In this week’s exclusive clip for Breitbart News, Jackie wonders how far the left is going to take its monument-erasing craze, which has seen liberal activists across the country campaign hard for the removal of statues of Civil War Confederate figures, and also statues of practically any historical figure with a questionable past, including legendary explorer Christopher Columbus.

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U.S. Lawmaker Calls for Hearing on Amazon’s Whole Foods Deal

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – The top Democrat on the U.S. House of Representatives’ antitrust subcommittee has voiced concerns about Amazon.com Inc’s $13.7 billion plan to buy Whole Foods Market Inc and is pushing for a hearing to look into the deal’s potential impact on consumers.

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Amazon and Whole Foods: An Organic Affluenza Experience

‘Would you like a side of kale with that cellphone battery?’

That sounds like an inquiry coming from your Alexa in the not-so-distant future as Amazon.com is set to purchase organic supermarket Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. The acquisition will firmly move the online retail behemoth into the realms of both the brick-and-mortar business as well as grocery.

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Whole Foods’ 365: Where Kiosks Replace Workers

Whole Foods may still be seen by shoppers as an alternative to corporate grocery chains, but the highly-profitable corporation just opened its first “365 by Whole Foods” in Los Angeles in an effort to use kiosks and robots to cut 60 percent of staffing costs and maximize profitability.

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