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HIATT: By all accounts, Square runs more smoothly than Twitter

HIATT: By all accounts, Square runs more smoothly than Twitter.
DORSEY: It has to, though. Yeah, you’re dealing with people’s money. I mean, it’s extremely emotional. If you lose 140 characters, people are like, “Eh.” If you lose $140 or even $1.40, it’s important. We knew the severity, and we knew how emotional this was to people. We’re impacting their livelihoods, so we had to get every single thing right. There’s a lot of regulation around payments. If you do something wrong, you go to jail. — https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/24/18195245/jack-dorsey-twitter-media-tour-2019
Up Next Next → We in Canada can learn a lot from these examples. ← Previous at the time I expressed frustration at interviews about tech platforms’ challenges that place the CEO at the center https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/24/18195245/jack-dorsey-twitter-media-tour-2019
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