News and Articles About Square
The co-founder of Twitter and current chief of mobile-payment company Square is traveling across the U.S. and Canada to meet with business owners in the 'Let's Talk' series.
The popular mobile-transactions startup now offers a way for companies to sell things online, too.
As part of National Small Business Week, Dorsey will join SBA Chief Karen Mills for a discussion of best practices.
More companies are offering point-of-sale systems that work on mobile touch-screen devices.
From financial management to customer support, manage your business from anywhere with the help of these mobile apps.
You might be surprised at some of the companies that have reached the billion-dollar valuation mark.
These three strategic choices allowed the mobile-transactions startup to become a major player in just three years.
When PayPal launched its newest mobile payment platform, it joined a wide selection of existing services. Here's a breakdown of the leaders.
Popular mobile transaction startup Square's new app goes well beyond simply accepting payments.
Small businesses are embracing new mobile payment systems, allowing them to make sales without the high fees and long-term contracts associated with traditional credit card processing.
If you're thinking about accepting mobile payments, here's what you need to consider before getting started.
Looking into mobile payment applications for your business? Consider this comparison of the leading systems.
The popular mobile transaction application adds several new functions aimed at businesses.
'Geofencing' technology helps eliminate a customer's need to handle a credit card, or even a mobile phone, when making a purchase.
Twitter is quietly raising big bucks -- pegging the company's value at as much as $7 billion. What is Dorsey's secret?
Forget clunky credit-card processing systems -- all you need is a smartphone and a new device to cut card-processing expenses.
Tired of high credit-card processing fees? Here are three ways to save when accepting payments.
Being able to accept credit cards on the go has been a boon for businesses, but one payment processor says it can be risky.
The co-founder of Twitter talks about his new venture -- Square -- a credit-card reader for mobile devices.
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