The mobile-payments partnership is done.
Merchants could save a bundle.
What’s not to trust?
And it’s accepting applications.
Online giant enters physical space.
Maybe shopping and social don’t mix.
Square is the latest example of a struggling industry segment that may never take off.
New tools make it easier to order online and pick up items in store.
Square, LevelUp and Clinkle can all verify one basic fact: Payments are hard.
Takeout orders and services are two areas of expansion for the payments startup.
Apps you use every day are based on free code from large companies. Why do they just give this stuff away?
The free service could lower the money-moving service’s costs on other transactions.
If you’ve paid for your latte with the Starbucks app or scanned your plane ticket, you’ll recognize PayPal’s Payment Code.
It could power payments and small-business analytics for all kinds of companies—if it’s willing to bend on its philosophy of tight control.
Join other sisters in software at Square’s 2013 Code Camp to pursue opportunities in engineering and tech.
A veteran of PayPal, LinkedIn, Slide and Square will share insights on tech investing.
Mobile payment service Square arrives in the Land of the Rising Sun.
America’s small businesses are really changing how they charge for things. Today’s news promises an aggressive leap forward.