The machines will convert cash or funds from your bank account into the digital currency -- for a very real fee.
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Consumption of the furry rodents is on the rise in the US, and researchers think they could be a cost-efficient protein source.
While chains like CVS and Rite-Aid depend on pharmacy profits, the warehouse retailer uses prescriptions to draw traffic.
Employees don't have to steal a dime for their records to be permanently tarred in databases used by Target, CVS and other stores.
Owner Joe Groh felt the time had come, but some customers are accusing him of caving to political correctness.
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