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This article was published on October 14, 2015


    Square has filed for an IPO, will list on NYSE as ‘SQ’

    Square has filed for an IPO, will list on NYSE as ‘SQ’
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    Jack Dorsey’s other company, Square, has filed for an IPO. It will also seek to list itself on the NYSE under the symbol ‘SQ’. In a statement, Square says it will sell its Class A common stock.

    Square also says it hasn’t determined just how much stock it will offer.

    It’s interesting news, considering it comes as Jack Dorsey is pulling double-duty as the CEO of both Square and Twitter.

    Square is also preparing it’s Apple Pay-ready NFC card reader, which will also make it dead simple for small businesses to accept new credit cards with chips.

    Square files registration statement for proposed initial public offering [Square]