Square, the fintech startup headed by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, has made an official application in the US for a banking license, ending months of speculation about its plans but also reigniting the argument about the use of industrial loans charters (ILCs).
High streets across the West Midlands could be given a boost if more local businesses accepted card payments, according to a new study released by Square today.
As we’ve grown from our original reader and POS software to an ecosystem of tools that help you run your business, we felt it was important to offer you the opportunity to experience these products firsthand before deciding which tools will work best for your business.
Shares in payments upstart Square have surged after the company pushed revenues above expectations on the basis of more sales to larger retailers.
Square has launched its Virtual Terminal service in the UK, enabling sellers to take payments directly on their computers.
Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) today announces that it will be sponsoring Boardmasters surf and music festival.
Mobile POS pioneer Square has launched in the UK, it's fifth market globally.
Today Caviar introduced Caviar pickup, a new feature that lets diners order ahead and skip the line to pick up their food at their favorite restaurants.
As we know from our millions of sellers, retailers — like all businesses — come in different shapes and sizes.
Beginning today, small businesses across the U.S. will be able to process more than $12,000 worth of Apple Pay payments for free ($350 worth of savings in Square processing costs) by encouraging their customers to pay with Apple Pay.
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