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An entertainment venue in Denver will now let concertgoers enter by scanning their palm prints using Amazon One

Amazon The Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver is starting to admit guests using their palm prints. The venue will install standalone ticketing kiosks that use Amazon One's palm-scanning technology. Until now, Amazon One hasn't been used outside of Amazon or Whole Foods stores. See more stories on Insider's business page. Forget about showing your ticket. The next time you go to a concert, you may be able to get in with a swipe of your hand.That's what's happening at the ...
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Amazon partners with AXS to install Amazon One palm readers at entertainment venues

Amazon’s biometric scanner for retail, the Amazon One palm reader, is expanding beyond the e-commerce giant’s own stores. The company announced today it has acquired its initial third-party customer with ticketing company AXS, which will implement the Amazon One system at Denver, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre as an option for contactless entry for event-goers. This is the first time the Amazon One system will be used outside an Amazon-owned retail store, and the first time it’s used for entr...
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Would You Let Amazon Scan Your Palm For $10?

"New Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is facing questions about how the company plans to use the data it gathers from its newly installed palm-reading scanners in some of the company's retail outlets," reports GeekWire: A group of three U.S. senators — Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), Bill Cassidy (R-La.), and Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.) — sent a letter to Jassy asking a series of questions about its new Amazon One program which encourages people to make contactless payments via hand scans in its brick-and-mortar stores, s...
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Amazon wants your palm prints. But lawmakers are asking why.

Amazon is under regulatory scrutiny for its palm-print scanning technology. Reuters A bipartisan group of senators sent Amazon a letter questioning its use of biometric data. The tech giant introduced Amazon One, a palm-print scanner, last year. Lawmakers raised questions about data privacy and security. See more stories on Insider's business page. A bipartisan trio of senators is questioning Amazon about its collection of biometric data.In a letter sent to Amazon's new CEO, Andy J...
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Lawmakers ask Amazon what it plans to do with palm print biometric data

A group of senators sent new Amazon CEO Andy Jassy a letter Friday pressing the company for more information about how it scans and stores customer palm prints for use in some of its retail stores. The company rolled out the palm print scanners through a program it calls Amazon One, encouraging people to make contactless payments in its brick and mortar stores without the use of a card. Amazon introduced its Amazon One scanners late last year, and they can now be found in Amazon Go convenience a...
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Amazon will give you $10 if you let it scan your palm print

A customer scans her phone as she enters Amazon's new Amazon Fresh store in Ealing, west London, on March 4, 2021. NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP via Getty Images Amazon introduced palm-scanning payment tech in its cashierless stores in 2020. Amazon is now offering shoppers $10 credit if they scan their palm at these stores, per TechCrunch. The Amazon One palm tech can be found in Amazon Go, Amazon Books, and Amazon Pop-up stores. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon will gi...
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Amazon will pay you $10 in credit for your palm print biometrics

How much is your palm print worth? If you ask Amazon, it’s about $10 in promotional credit if you enroll your palm prints in its checkout-free stores and link it to your Amazon account. Last year, Amazon introduced its new biometric palm print scanners, Amazon One, so customers can pay for goods in some stores by waving their palm prints over one of these scanners. By February, the company expanded its palm scanners to other Amazon grocery, book and 4-star stores across Seattle. Amazon has since...
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Jeff Bezos is about to step down as Amazon CEO. Here's how he built Amazon into a $1.7 trillion company and became the world's richest person.

Jeff Bezos inside Amazon's Spheres in 2018. The Washington Post/Getty Images Jeff Bezos will step down as Amazon CEO on July 5, 27 years to the day after he founded the company. Bezos got his start as a New York hedge-funder and grew Amazon into a $1.7 trillion business. Along the way, he faced antitrust scrutiny, weathered scandal, and became the world's richest man. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. After 27 years in charge, Jeff Bezos is stepping down as A...
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Amazon One's Palm-Scanning Payments Are Coming To Whole Foods

Amazon One is now testing its palm-scanning payment technology in Whole Foods, starting with a single store in Amazon's home city of Seattle. The Verge reports: The company has been using Amazon One payment technology in its Amazon-branded stores in the Seattle area (including Amazon Go and Amazon Books), but the Whole Foods rollout will make the most substantial expansion of the technology yet. The company says that thousands of customers have already signed up with Amazon One. According to an ...
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Amazon installed hand scanners in Whole Foods stores that lets shoppers pay with a palm print. Here's how they work.

Amazon Amazon installed hand scanners at Whole Foods that allow people to pay with their palm print. The Amazon One system is being unrolled at seven Seattle Whole Foods stores. The company first released the new payment system last fall. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon is installing a system that allows customers to pay for goods using the palm of their hand at Whole Foods stores in the Seattle area.The company announced the payment system, called Amazon One, woul...
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Amazon is bringing its Amazon One palm scanner to select Whole Foods as a payment option

Amazon is bringing its new biometric device, the Amazon One scanner, to Whole Foods store. The retail giant this past fall first introduced the Amazon One scanner, which allows shoppers to enter a store by having their palm scanned. The customer’s palm signature can be associated with their payment mechanism in a retail environment — like Amazon’s cashier-less Amazon Go stores, where customers shop then walk out without having to go through a traditional checkout process. Now at Whole Foods, the...
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Amazon Expands Its Palm Recognition Payment Tech To More of Its Stores

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Amazon One, the technology that lets customers pay in shops by scanning their palm, is expanding to more stores in the greater Seattle area. The company says it's available starting today in its 4-star store in Lynnwood, and in the coming weeks, Amazon One is also coming to its Amazon Books store in Bellevue and its 4-star and Pop Up stores in South Lake Union. In total, 12 of Amazon's physical stores will soon feature the technology. The e-c...
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Jeff Bezos is stepping down as Amazon CEO. Here's how he built Amazon into a $1.56 trillion company and became the world's richest person.

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. David Ryder/Getty Images After 27 years, Jeff Bezos announced he is stepping down as CEO of Amazon on Tuesday. Bezos launched Amazon in 1995. The company has since grown to one of the most valuable, powerful companies on the planet with a market value of $1.56 trillion.  Bezos has gone from a New York hedge-funder to the richest man in the world, but in the process, he's weathered a high-profile divorce and hacking scandal, faced antitrust scrutiny from l...
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Amazon expands its biometric-based Amazon One palm reader system to more retail stores

Last fall, Amazon introduced a new biometric device, Amazon One, that allowed customers to pay at Amazon Go stores using their palm. Today, the company says the device is being rolled out to additional Amazon stores in Seattle — an expansion that will make the system available across eight total Amazon physical retail stores, including Amazon Go convenience stores, Amazon Go Grocery, Amazon Books, and Amazon 4-star stores. Starting today, the Amazon One system is being added as an entry option a...
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Jeff Bezos just turned 57. Here's how he built Amazon into a $1.56 trillion company and became the world's richest person.

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. David Ryder/Getty Images Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is turning 57 on Tuesday. Bezos launched Amazon in 1995. The company has since grown to one of the most valuable, powerful companies on the planet with a market value of $1.56 trillion.  Bezos has gone from a New York hedge-funder to the richest man in the world, but in the process, he's weathered a high-profile divorce and hacking scandal, faced antitrust scrutiny from lawmakers, and everything in between.  ...
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Brand Moves for Tuesday September 29

In early March we began reporting daily on how brands were dealing with Covid-19. But it’s become clear that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption, so we decided to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal is to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand moves as they happen. Amazon is unveiling its own palm recognition technology today that will be used ...
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Amazon Will Now Let You Pay With Your Palm in Its Stores

Amazon accounts for nearly 40 percent of e-commerce sales in the US today, and it takes a cut of even more online shopping by selling payments services and other technologies to external shopping sites. Now, the online retail giant is making a play to grab a piece of brick-and-mortar shopping, too -- and it wants customers to literally lend a hand to do it. From a report: Amazon on Tuesday is unveiling a new biometric technology called Amazon One that allows shoppers to pay at stores by placing ...
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Amazon is letting customers pay for groceries by scanning their palm at its Go convenience stores

Amazon Amazon is trialing its new Amazon One palm-scanning payment tech at two of its Seattle convenience stores, it announced on Tuesday. This allows you to pay by waving your hand. The service connects your palm print to a credit card. You can even sign up with both hands, Amazon said, because “you never know which palm will be free when you need it.” Amazon is trialing the tech at two Amazon Go stores. It hopes to expand the tech to other stores, sports stadiums, and even offices. Visi...
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Amazon is testing a way to let you pay for groceries by scanning your hand

Amazon Amazon is trialing its new Amazon One palm-scanning payment tech at two of its Seattle convenience stores, it announced on Tuesday. This allows you to pay by waving your hand. The service connects your palm print to a credit card. You can even sign up with both hands, Amazon said, because “you never know which palm will be free when you need it.” Amazon is trialing the tech at two Amazon Go stores. It hopes to expand the tech to other stores, sports stadiums, and even offices. Visi...
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In a leaked document, Amazon employees shared stories of racism and gender discrimination while calling for a new leadership principle on 'inclusion' (AMZN)

Amazon employees have been sharing a document titled "The case for a 15th leadership principle on inclusion" over the past couple weeks. The document outlines a movement to get "inclusion" added to Amazon's famous leadership principles, a codified list of 14 business philosophies the company adheres to before making important decisions. As part of the movement, Amazon employees are sharing anecdotes of workplace discrimination they experienced at work. The stories include incidents of racial a...
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Amazon tells sellers its price gouging policy could cause 'confusion' as unfair suspensions increase — just a week after 32 attorneys general called for action (AMZN)

Amazon told sellers in a note this week that its price gouging rules could be confusing given the different state laws. The note comes a week after 32 US attorneys general told Amazon to fix price gouging activities on its marketplace. Amazon's always had a "zero tolerance" policy against sellers who exploit "an emergency by charging excessively high prices on products and shipping." But sellers say Amazon has now become too aggressive, often suspending sellers and products that are not engage...
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Amazon is collaborating with a clothing brand to make fast fashion even faster (AMZN)

Amazon is collaborating with fashion label Nicopanda on a new "see-now, buy-now" initiative for London Fashion Week. It will allow show attendees — and viewers anywhere — to immediately buy the designs seen on the runway. The designs, which are being screen-printed onto T-shirts by Amazon as part of the program, were created in collaboration with queer writer and artist Hilton Dresden. The collaboration is an example of how Amazon is encouraging brands and creators to leverage the Merch by Ama...
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5-pack of Wayfarer-style reading glasses for $7

I have a paid of +2.50 reading glasses, but they are not good for computer work. I needed some +1.00 glasses. I fund this 5-pack of 80s Reading Glasses for $6.70 on Amazon. One pair has shading. I got them and they are perfect for computer use, and they look good. They also have spring hinges so they don't fall down my nose. Other lens strengths are available, but they cost $13 for a 5-pack.
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What just happened to Apple, explained

The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, is ordering Apple to pay $14.5 billion in taxes to Ireland. But Ireland doesn't want the money, and Apple says it shouldn't have to pay. And the kind of tax breaks that the EU accuses Ireland of offering Apple are similar to the kind of deals common in, and legal in, the US. What happened? This is what the EU says: Apple Inc., which is based in California, set up two companies in Ireland: Apple Sales International and Apple Operations Eur...
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Amazon claims another victim as Rackspace finally goes private in a $4.3 billion deal (RAX)

After years of rumors that Rackspace was looking to sell itself or go private, on Friday the company finally announced a deal. Private-equity firm Apollo Global will pay $32 per share in cash, or $4.3 billion, to acquire Rackspace, it said in a statement on Friday. That's a 38% premium to Rackspace's closing price on August 3, and 6% above the stock's closing price on Thursday. This exit from the public market can be laid squarely at the feet of Amazon Web Services. Amazon and Rackspace used to ...
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