Today we learn that Disney has a new person in his staff, and not just any! the co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsay, also known simply as @jack , has joined the company, according to a press release of the brand. The great entrepreneur Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and Square payment system, adds a new string to his bow. He integrates indeed the board of Disney.
First tweet ever posted on Twitter, March 21, 2006 by Jack Dorsay
This very exclusive club, where Steve Jobs has long served, therefore a small room for Jack Dorsey whose position of “independent director” takes “effective immediately.”
Dorsay tweets after: ““I only hope we don’t lose sight of one thing—that it was all started by a mouse.”—Walt Disney”
Thus, the man joined the board of Disney retained his seat in Twitter, and is also still at the head of his other company, Square. His new appointment is effective immediately and Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, clearly indicates that Dorsay role will be to improve the ” use of the latest technologies and platforms to reach more people and improve our relationships with our customers”. He does not leave his chosen field and will help Disney to develop in the field of social networks.
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The Square payments have so far been self-centered affairs that won’t let us share the wealth with others. In rather convenient timing for the season, updates to Square Register and Square Wallet for Android and iOS have made a little of that sought-after generosity possible through the introduction of gift cards.
Americans can now give and receive credit for any location that uses Square Register to process payments: if friends would like nothing more than to treat themselves to triple-shot espressos at the local indie coffee shop, you can make their day.
The update also brings a treat for the Apple-inclined who’ve kept up-to-date with iOS 6, letting them redeem their cards quickly through Passbook instead of diving into Square Wallet or QR codes printed on old-fashioned paper.
We’re still waiting on word of gift card availability for our Canadian friends, but most everyone in the US just hast to check for the relevant app updates to spread some affection.
Via : Square