Self-Checkout at Stores, Restaurants On the Rise

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Highlighting a growing trend, Home Depot installs automated checkout lanes in more than half of its 1,600 stores. Analysts say airlines, supermarkets and fast-food chains all are testing similar scan-it-yourself technology. But some customers say the process isn't user friendly. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.



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