Amazon launching smart carts & open healthcare centers, Apple pushes retail employees to work remote

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  1. Amazon’s smart shopping carts, called Dash Carts, are launching at its Los Angeles-area grocery store in 2020. Story by Annie Palmer.
  2. Amazon is collaborating with Crossover Health to locate convenient health centers in the communities where its fulfillment centers and operations facilities are located. via Day One Staff at blog.aboutamazon.com.
  3. Apple has pressed employees working at stores that have closed again to begin working from home to serve customers buying or seeking support for products online or over the phone. Reporting from Mark Gurman.

Source: Amazon is rolling out grocery carts that let shoppers skip checkout lines, bag their groceries and walk out | CNBC

Source: Amazon pilots opening health care centers near its fulfillment centers | blog.aboutamazon.com

Source: Apple Pessimistic on Full 2020 Return to U.S. Offices, Pushes Retail to Work Remote | Bloomberg

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