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thestreet.com - 15 readers, 15 Tweets - As Square fights to remain relevant in the payments world, it's expanding its reach to more than just the small business clientele, including larger brands like Uniqlo, Burberry and Lululemon.
online.wsj.com - 14 readers, 8 Tweets - As America’s retailers struggle to keep up with online shopping, the Internet is starting to settle into some of the very spaces where brick-and-mortar customers used to shop.
washingtonpost.com - 12 readers, 6 Tweets - A laid-back feeling, including table tennis and a loose dress code, belies a hard-charging pursuit of profits.
techcrunch.com - 11 readers, 301 Tweets - A short code for a Whopper, or a tap for a Big Mac? On the heels of McDonald's working with Apple to let iPhone users buy Big Macs and more using Apple Pay,..
cnbc.com - 10 readers, 37 Tweets - The lofty valuations of some Silicon Valley start-ups have raised eyebrows, including ride-sharing service Uber in particular.
theatlantic.com - 10 readers, 126 Tweets - The Reagan administration sped up the implementation of location-finding services for civilian use after the Soviet military shot down a passenger aircraft.