Jackson Lewis


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Jackson Lewis is the technology and services editor for CSP. Jackson joined data research firm Technomic in 2016 as an analyst for the convenience and grocery sectors. He moved to write exclusively for CSP in early 2017 during Winsight Media’s acquisition of Technomic. Since then, Jackson has focused his reporting on sources of disruption for convenience retail. He was among the first in the industry to visit Amazon’s smart corner shop, Amazon Go, and serves as a speaker at c-store industry events. Email him at

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High gas prices keep consumers driving less

Retailers need to be creative in getting shoppers out to their stores, according to a new survey from convenience retailing association NACS.

Retail Foodservice

Walmart and Target add to the retail chorus pushing for swipe fee legislation

Nearly 1,700 merchants and hundreds of trade associations called on Congress this week to support a bipartisan bill that would add more competition to the credit card market.

The cashierless convenience store expands on the technology that's currently in use at more than 40 Amazon Fresh grocery stores around the country.

It's a pump price that hasn't been seen since early March.

The legislation directs the Federal Reserve to regulate four-party card systems.

The settlement requires the retailer to strengthen its network protections after 34 million cards were compromised.

Delivery firm aims to be profitable by 2024

The president asks state and local governments to provide additional relief as gas prices hover around $5 a gallon on average nationally.

Retailer to expand its Amazon Go frictionless checkout store beyond cities and into the suburbs with a new store format. 

The credit card companies cite economic recovery in delaying proposed fee hikes that industry groups warned could total $1 billion annually.

Convenience chain aims to address consumer expectations of faster service, improved experience.

Amazon hasn't commented, but permit records indicate a 10,000-square-foot retail store with frictionless checkout—which might be part of its grocery store plans—is on the way.

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