Capital One's decision to ditch coin-counting machines from its Washington-area branches is either a brilliant move to save money, or is a surefire way to anger customers who like the convenience of using the machines. It has stimulated surprising debate in an electronic age, but it's all about attempts to redefine the bank branch.
Capital One Pulls the Plug on Coin Counting Machines
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