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Jack Dorsey’s Square expands into the U.K.

Square started offering its payments technology to small businesses in Canada in 2012, later adding Japan and then Australia to its geographic footprint. Now the Jack Dorsey-led company is looking to Europe: Today its signature credit card reader became available in the U.K., launching with a splash at a London bar. Square says it hopes … Continue reading “Jack Dorsey’s Square expands into the U.K.”

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Square started offering its payments technology to small businesses in Canada in 2012, later adding Japan and then Australia to its geographic footprint. Now the Jack Dorsey-led company is looking to Europe: Today its signature credit card reader became available in the U.K., launching with a splash at a London bar. Square says it hopes to appeal to the 5 million U.K. businesses that don’t yet accept card payments. 

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Senior Writer Ainsley Harris joined Fast Company in 2014. Follow her on Twitter at @ainsleyoc.

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