In 2018 Amazon launched Amazon Go, "the store of the future." Customers walk in, grab what they want, and go. No cashier, no line.
On Friday, the retail giant announced they would close eight of those stores–including in Seattle.
It's another cost-cutting measure, part of the company's streamlining plan to get it right in other "just walk out" locations.
Lauren Rosenblatt, the Seattle Times Amazon reporter, is here to help us make sense of Amazon's latest moves.